Daniel Lozakovitj was born in april 2001 in Stockholm. He began studying violin at the age of six and a half. He is currently studying with Professor Dora Schwarzberg in Vienna’s Music & Arts University and Professor Josef Rissin Karlsruhe Music & Arts University.
Only two years after he started to play the violin, he made his orchestral debut as a soloist with Maestro Vladimir Spivakov and the chamber orchestra “Moscow Virtuosos” in Svetlanov Hall in Moscow International House of Music. In 2011 he appeared as soloist with several orchestras, Moldavian Symphony Orchestra in Chisinau (Moldova), Nijnii Novgorod Symphony Orchestra in Nijnii Novgorod Filarmoni and the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra in Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow.
I July 2012 he participated in the Musica Mundi International Chamber Music Course and Festival in Belgium. There he met the legendary violinist Ivry Gitlis. Daniel was honored to play with Ivry Gitlis, Bach’s Concerto for Two Violins in the International Festival of Chambers Music “Bridges” in Tel-Aviv, December 2012. In October 2012 he appeared in the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall with Russia’s Presidential Orchestra and in November 2012 as a winner he opened the XIII Nutcracker International Television Contest for Young Musicians with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra in Moscow.
In January 2013 Daniel opened the Royal Festival in Stockholm and on the Swedish National day, June 6, 2013, he played as soloist with the Swedish Royal Court Orchestra. January 2013, he went on tour in Israel with Maestro Vladimir Spivakov and his orchestra “Moscow Virtuosos. Daniel was also invited to perform with the orchestra “Moscow Virtuosi” under the direction of Vladimir Spivakov at the opening of the X Anniversary International Festival “Moscow Meets Friends”, May 2013.
In March 2013 he was invited as an honorary member of the jury in the Open International Contest and Festival of Rachmaninoff for instrumentalists in classical music in Riga and performed a recital at Filarmoni Great Guild. Daniel played as a soloist with the orchestra in “Emilia” festival in Greece and then performed with the Brussels Chamber Orchestra in Brussels on the 15 year anniversary concert of Musica Mundi.
Daniel got invited to play concerts in New York, Chicago and Toronto, September 2013. On 30 October 2013, he will perform Mozart’s Concerto K219, at the Concert Hall in Vienna with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, conductor Joji Hattori. In November 2013 Daniel has been invited by the Chopin Society in Malasien to play a concert in Kuala Lumpur. In December 2013 he will appear as soloist with the Swedish Orchestra Stockholm Sinfonietta. In 2013 Daniel has been nominated by Rostropovitch Foundation Scholarship, in Moscow.
Besides violin studies is Daniel successful even in chess and has won several chess tournaments in Sweden. In addition to his violin studies Daniel also takes piano lessons and plays football and basketball.
Prices: I Price of the International Music Competition in Stockholm, 2010. I Price of the International Violin Competition “Bravo” in Belgium, 2010. I Price and the “Gulda Nutcracker” at the 12th Nutcracker International Television Contest for Young Musicians in Moscow, Russia, 2011. I Price and the “Grand Prix” in all age and instrument categories up to 25 years in EMCY international music contest “Ohrid PEARLS”, Macedonia, 2012. II Price in XIX International Violin Competition “Andrea Postacchini”, Italy, 2012. Winner of Stockholm Solna Music Scholarship 2012th. November 2013 Daniel been invited by the Chopin Society in Malasien to play concert in Kuala Lumpur.
Born 2001, Tbilisi (Georgia) and started to play the piano at the age of 8 with Prof. Daredjan Tsintsadze. Since 2010 till up to now he has studied at the Secondary Special Misic School () with Prof. Daredjan Tsintsadg.
Competitions: Performers. diploma and special prize by the Embassy of Poland of the Competition of musicians, Tbilisi, 2012; 1st prize Laureate and special prize as the best performer of the competition of the 5th International competition of young Pianists Tbilisi, 2011; Grand Prize of the Festival-competition of the republic Georgia, 2012.
M. Bruch – Violinkoncert i g-mol, anden og tredje sats
L. van Beethoven – Sonate Nr. 5, første sats
P. de Sarasate – Zigeunerweisen