Large-scaled virtuosity – displayed in pliant, powerful fingers that unleashed torrents of sound that turned feathery flurries of delicate detachment...

The Los Angeles Times

Once again Pollack showed himself to be a player of exceptional virtuosity with rare interpretive insights and a flair that shaped everything he played.

The New York Times

Biography

Biography

Audiences across five continents – North America, Europe, Asia, South America and Africa — recognize the pianism of Daniel Pollack for its signature colors...

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Master Classes & Juries

Master Classes & Juries

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Performances

Performances

Soloist With Such Orchestras As: Mariinsky Orchestra, St. Petersburg, Russia Kiev Philharmonic, Ukraine Cairo Symphony, Egypt National Orchestra of Colombia, Bogota San...

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Videos

Videos

“A performer of elegance, sensitivity and taste, with a resonant singing tone that can provoke calm and warmth as well as thunder on high.” –San Francisco...

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Factoids

Factoids

Did you know that Daniel… performed at age 9 Chopin’s Concerto #1 with the NY Philharmonic was the pianist who played for Amy Irving’s winning performance in the movie,...

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Contact

Contact

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What Critics Are Saying

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Daniel Pollack delivers a dazzling performance, reconciling dramatic tension, poignant lyricism and perfect clarity of the architecture.

Pollack’s palette of sound is significant…to hear his pianissimos live is something one should strive to do at least once.

Pollack brings out enough fantasy in Schumann’s famous suite Carnaval, to renew the piece in the listener’s ear.

Prodigious pianism of fiery energy, of dynamic articulation and fullness that towers over the competition.

Pollack embraces the Barber sonata wholeheartedly, using deep resources and myriad details.

Refined, amorous, and infused with the spirit of Chopin, the Nocturne had the imprimatur of Horowitz at Pollack’s fingertips.

Once again Pollack showed himself to be a player of exceptional virtuosity with rare interpretive insights.

Beautiful and natural fluidity, tonal elegance and unostentatious facility.

Pollack became the great name in the Chopin Concerto.

Fascinating was the quality of his (Pollack’s) sound… gentle trills revealed magical sounds.

Pollack’s playing had bravura, profound penetrating feeling and a natural gift for dramatic contrasts and colors.

He possesses a formidable range in tone – from the very powerful to a melting pianissimo.

Once again Pollack showed himself to be a player of exceptional virtuosity with rare interpretive insights.

An interpretation of great scope and abandon.

Astonishing pianism.

His star has ascended. Pollack is having the last laugh on the piano celebrities to whom fame came almost as quickly as it left.

One of the most gifted pianists around with a definite flair for the romantics…

A performer of elegance, sensitivity and taste, with a resonant singing tone that can provoke calm and warmth as well as thunder on high.

Splendid drive and virility.

Pollack’s pliant, powerful fingers unleashed torrents of sound that turned feathery flurries of delicate detachment.

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  • American Record Guide
  • Repertoire Magazine
  • Gramophone
  • Classical Music Guide
  • Los Angeles Times
  • Beijing, China
  • Arbeiderblad
  • Drehpunkt Kultur
  • El Pais
  • South China Morning Post
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