Biography

Daniel Pini is an Australian Conductor and Cellist with a passion for moving people with music. He was born to a musical family in Sydney and began studying cello at the age of 3. He completed his Bachelor’s degree in Sydney in 2011 with Patrick Murphy and his Masters in Stuttgart with Claudio Bohorquez in 2014, where he also began conducting.

Daniel has since worked professionally as a chamber musician, soloist, orchestral player, and conductor in Australia, China, England, Germany, and Wales.

Currently, Daniel is Assistant Conductor with The People’s Orchestra and The Rusty Orchestra in Birmingham.

Daniel is Co-Founder and Co-Director of FABLE ARTS, an artist-driven and -run company dedicated to collaborative and interdisciplinary story-telling for contemporary audiences.

As part of the new wave of music in the Western Classical Tradition, he is interested in cross-collaboration between art forms and new means of expression in music.

Daniel hopes to help reinvigorate classical music through stripping away harmful and repressive traditional aspects of classical music and supporting relevant, vital programming and commissioning of music.

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