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Daniel Schwarzwald is a versatile jazz pianist, composer, singer-songwriter, arranger, orchestrator, and music instructor. His musical journey began with classical piano and expanded to jazz, chamber music, composition and orchestration, while studying at the Jerusalem Academy of Music, with Omri Mor, Itai Rosenbaum, Slava Ganelin, and Shoshana Cohen, among others.


Nowadays, you can often catch Daniel supporting the likes of David Alfandari, Roni Eytan, the Nigun Quartet, Jason Rosenblatt, or accompanying a growing number of wonderful and faithful singers, if he is not busy composing a musical, or writing songs for one of his favourite vocalist.  


While living in Berlin, Daniel released his first solo piano album, "My Journey to Venus," (2012) on the label Internal Compass. Followed a stream of releases, both as a sideman - with the Ehud Ettun Trio: “Raw Gestures(2014).Deep in The Mountains(2019), with the inimitable Nuri Korn: “Ahavat Hanosea Hamatmid(2013), with the Itamar Tsur Trio (2017), the “Revirado Project (2018) lead by Enrique Thompson, First Meeting” (2017) with BiWald, and two records under his own name “Microcosmos” (2019) and “In the Enchanted Garden” (2020), featuring Nuri Korn and a team of amazing musicians. 


In 2023 Daniel recorded a first EP in Berlin with one of his new project SHEMESH, co-founded with singer-songwriter and vocalist extraordinaire Shahar Abergel


Daniel Schwarzwald has performed in Jazz festivals and Jazz venues across the globe, all over Europe, in the USA, Japan, Russia, Belarus, with an ever growing number of established and renown musicians, such as Kevin Mahogany, Itamar Borochov, Eli Degibri, Ziv Ravith, and Ehud Ettun.

Daniel Schwarzwald's music reflects his dedication to jazz and his passion for creating captivating compositions, inspired by classical, world, and jazz genres, carrying a powerful message of world peace. 

His performances have been praised by the independent publication Jazz in Berlin, stating "Daniel Schwarzwald always knows how to captivate the audience!".

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