Israeli-Canadian cellist Daniel Hass is the First Prize winner of the 2016 Stulberg International String Competition, the winner of the Canada Council for the Arts 2016 Michael Measures Prize, the winner of The 2019 Juilliard Cello Concerto Competition, and the 2021 Sylva Gelber Music Foundation award winner. Daniel made his solo debut with the Toronto Symphony Orchestra at age 15. He has since performed as a soloist with orchestras across the United States and Canada, at world-class venues such as Alice Tully Hall, Carnegie Hall, Koerner Hall, Roy Thompson Hall, and the Bing Concert Hall. As recitalist and chamber musician, Daniel has performed in Amsterdam, Lisbon, Tel Aviv, Budapest, Montreal, and across the United States and Canada. In addition to his love for performing, Daniel is also a prolific composer. His ballet piece Runner’s High for drums, cello, violin, and dance ensemble was premiered by the Revolve Dance Project in July of 2021, and his Piano Quartet No.1 will he performed and recorded this coming fall. Daniel is an alum of the Perlman Music Program. He graduated from Juilliard in 2017 as a recipient of the Kovner Fellowship, and in 2021 with a Master’s Degree. There he studied with Timothy Eddy and Joel Krosnick.
Learn more about Mr. Hass at http://danielhass.ca/