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Daniel Rubenstein

Daniel Rubenstein

sous-catégories : Violon (interprète), Professeur(e) de musique de chambre (conservatoire & IMEP), Professeur(e) d'alto (conservatoire & IMEP) genres : Classique & Contemporain

Né à Bruxelles, Daniel Rubenstein est diplômé du Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles et de l’Indiana University (Bloomington, USA) où il a collectionné les Diplômes Supérieurs et Diplômes de Concertistes dans pas moins de trois instruments : violon (M-Chr. Springuel, J. Pingen, J. Rubenstein, M. Debot, Ph. Hirshhorn, M. Fried, Fr. Gulli), alto (A. Arad) et piano (O. Ouziel, R. Redaëlli). Il s’est perfectionné ensuite pour le violon avec N. Chumanchenko et B. Belkin. Lauréat de nombreux prix en Belgique, il débute en soliste à l’âge de 15 ans avec l’Orchestre National de Belgique sous la direction de Mendi Rodan, puis développe une riche carrière de concertiste qui l’amené partout en Europe, en Turquie, en Tunisie, en Israël, au Brésil, en Corée du Sud et au Japon. En musique de chambre, il collabore avec de prestigieux musiciens internationaux, d’A-R. El Bacha à P. Moragues en passant par Br. Engerer, D. Lively, H. Sermet, P. Frankl, H. Shaham, O. Charlier, Y. Horigome, A. Dumay et bien d’autres. Il est 1er violon de l’Ensemble Mendelssohn, altiste du Mahler Piano Quartet, du trio Estampes et du Guarneri String Trio. Il a créé plus de 25 œuvres nouvelles et sa discographie comprend de nombreux enregistrements, notamment avec le pianiste M. Dürrüoglu. Daniel Rubenstein est chargé d'enseignement en musique de chambre au Conservatoire royal de Bruxelles ; il est directeur artistique du Festival Mozart à Waterloo (B).

Born in Brussels in 1971, Daniel Rubenstein performed as a soloist or as a chamber musician across Belgium, Holland, Germany, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Ireland, Bulgaria, Romania, Brazil, Turkey, Tunisia, Israel, South Korea and Japan.

Graduated with Honors from the Royal Music Conservatory of Brussels (Belgium) and the Indiana University (USA), receiving Higher Diplomas in 3 instruments – violin, viola & piano – Daniel Rubenstein was a winner of several national music competitions : Winner of the Pro Civitate National Competition (Dexia Classics), 1st Prize of the National Violin Competition Edouard Deru and 1st Prize of the National Violin Competition Young Virtuoso.

Daniel Rubenstein gave his first solo concert at the age of 15 with the National Orchestra of Belgium under the direction of Mendi Rodan following which he has performed under known conductors such as André Vandernoot, Jean-Pierre Wallez, Proinssias O'Duin, Georges Octors and Ronald Zollman.

Since early 2000, Daniel Rubenstein appeared in Concert Series and International Festivals in renowned concerts halls : Manuel De Falla Hall in Granada, Auditorium National de Murcia, National Concert Hall de Dublin, Henry Crown Symphony Hall à Jérusalem, CCR Concert Hall in Istanbul, Antalya Philharmonic, Sala Reduta in Brasov (Roumania), Henri Leboeuf (PBA) in Brussels, Koningin Elisabethzaal in Antwerp, Acropolium in Carthage, Minato Mirai in Yokohama etc.

As a chamber musician, Daniel Rubenstein performed together with artists such as Abdel-Rahman El Bacha, Brigitte Engerer, David Lively, Daniel Blumenthal, Peter Frankl, Hagaï Shaham, Jean-Claude Vanden Eynden, Olivier Charlier, Yuzuko Horigome, Augustin Dumay, Peter Zazofsky, Liviu Prunaru, Gil Sharon, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Lluis Claret, Alexander Dmitriev, Luc Dewez, Miha Haran, Marc Grauwels, Pascal Moragues, Michel Lethiec, Francis Orval etc.

Daniel Rubenstein is 1st violinist of the Mendelssohn Ensemble (string quintet and sextet), violist of the Mahler Piano Quartet, Estampes (trio flute, viola & harp) and the Guarneri String trio. He has created more than 25 new works by composers such as Don Freund, Jan Van Landeghem, Frédéric Van Rossum, Michel Lysight, Oded Zehavi, David Loeb or Jean- Pierre Deleuze, some of those compositions being dedicated or written for him. He also gave the Israeli Premiere of the Concerto for violin and ud by Aviya Kopelman.

His recordings, published by Talent Record, Kalidisc, Pavane & Contréclisse, includes “Suites & Partitas of Modern Times” for violin and piano which receives excellent critics from International music magazines and “Septentrion” for viola & piano - including the Vieuxtemps viola sonata and 3 World Premiere recordings for viola & piano - both with pianist Muhiddin Dürrüoglu, Other recordings includes Bach concerto for 2 violins, Mozart Symphony Concertante and also the Chausson piano quartet and the 2nd string quartet by Van Landeghem which received also excellent critics (Gramophone, Crescendo, Klassik Heute, Fanfare).

After studying with Marie-Christine Springuel, José Pingen and his father Jerrold Rubenstein, Daniel Rubenstein studied with Marcel Debot, Philippe Hirshhorn then during 5 years with Miriam Fried then Franco Gulli and received further training with Nicolas Chumachenco and Boris Belkin. He also completed full studies as a pianist at the Royal Music Conservatory of Brussels in the class of Orit Ouziel and Robert Redaelli, and graduated as a violist in the class of Atar Arad (Indiana University).

Professor at the Royal Conservatory of Mons (Belgium) where he holds both a violin and a viola class, teaching students for their Master Degree, Daniel Rubenstein is also Associate Professor in Chamber Music at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. He is also violin professeur at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels for the academic year 2014-15.

He also and gives regularly Master-classes in Belgium and abroad (France, Italy, Germany, Korea, Japan etc.). Recently, he took the Artistic Direction of the Festival Mozart (Waterloo) which will celebrate in 2015 its 20th anniversary.

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