Prof. Auner Daniil


The Viennese Violinist Daniil Auner was born into a traditional family of Viennese Musicians and is one of "today’s most exciting and promising young artists". “Daniil Auner, a young master violinist from Vienna,” entitled DIE PRESSE a review of a recital at the Vienna Musikverein, observing that Vienna sent out “prominent talents into the world”. As part of his musical studies, in 2003, he was enrolled in the class of Prof. Christian Altenburger at the University of Music in Vienna; in 2012 Daniil took up studies with Prof. Igor Ozim at the Mozarteum Salzburg where he graduated his Masters with excellence.
Daniil founded 2008 the „Musikseminar Wienerwald“, a master-class for highly talented musicians in the South of Vienna, that takes place every year in July. He is being invited to teach Violin and give masterclasses around the whole world by the Austrian Ministry of foreign affairs on regular basis and is teaching the famous „Viennese School“. He did extensive research about the works by W.A. Mozart, his Album „Dialog mit Mozart“ was recorded with the British pianist Robin Green at the Mozarteum Salzburg and received on of the biggest prizes awarded to CD recordings, a „CD of the Month“ -Title in the famous „THE STRAD“ Magazine in December 2014.
Daniil Auner has already performed in many of Europe’s most prestigious venues such as the Musikverein and Konzerthaus in Vienna, the Teatro São Carlos in Lisbon, the Fundation Juan March in Madrid, the Stiftung Mozarteum Salzburg, the Morizburg Festival, the Festival de Radio France Montpellier, the Schloss Esterhàzy Eisenstadt, the Ochsenhausen Spring Festival, Kings Place and Cadogan Hall in London and many others. He has debuted with the Tonkünstler Orchester Niederösterreich under the baton of Josep Caballé-Domenech, the TU Orchestra Vienna and Andrés Orozco-Estrada, the Bergische Symphoniker and Peter Wolf, the Jeunesse Orchestra and Atso Almila, the Deutsche Kammerakademie Neuss and Lavard Skou-Larsen, the Orchestra of St. Pauls and Ben Palmer, the Divertimento Orchestra Ottawa and Gordon Slater, the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra and Lee Mills, the Portugal Symphony Orchestra with António Lourenço and others.
Daniil Auner is a prize-winner at many different violin competitions, like the “Klassik.Preis.Österreich,” the Johannes Brahms Competition and the Dresden Violin Competition. Apart from his work as a soloist, Daniil Auner is a very active chamber musician. He is member of the "Vienna Mozart Trio", which was founded in 1990 and is a regular guest in Europes big concert halls. As regular Guest of international Chamber Music Festivals and as the founder of the Austrian Music Festival “Sommerkonzerte Wienerwald”, he regulary performs chamber music with partners such as Dennis Russell Davies, Pavel Gililov, Christian Altenburger, Jan Vogler, Hannfried Lucke, Frans Helmerson, Wolfgang Böttcher, Ivry Gitlis or Patrick Demenga. Being one of Austrias most-popular young artists, Daniil has been sent throughout the world by the Austrian Ministry of External Affairs under the aegis of culture abroad to represent his Country as an Ambassador of Culture.
Many of Daniils Concerts are regulary recorded and broadcasted by Classical Radio Stations f.ex Radio France, MDR, Radio Classica, ORF, Radio Stephansdom, Radio Ottawa etc.
Daniil Auner is an exclusive Artist of the Gramola Vienna Label. On his 2010 debut CD "Caprice Viennois," which Daniil Auner recorded in Leipzig at the invitation of MDR, the German National Radio, where he compared great violin virtuosos of the past in a collection of works.  The Album “Dialog mit Mozart” was recorded in Salzburg in 2014 and the next Album will be released early 2016.
He plays on a Violin by Johann Christoph Leidolff, built in Vienna 1749.


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