Romanian pianist Daniel Goiti maintains a flourishing international performance career, generating acclaim and impressing audiences and critics alike with his substantive interpretations and pianistic mastery. He is one of the most sought after pianist soloists in Romania and Eastern Europe. Goiti performed as a soloists with prestigious orchestras in the US, England, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Greece, Japan, and Israel, and is in demand as a recording artist, some of his recordings including the Rachmaninoff Concerto nr. 2, Variations on a theme by Paganini, Beethoven concertos nr. 3 and 5, Mendelssohn piano concerto nr. 1 and Prokofiev concerto nr. 1.
Daniel Goiti is the recipient of numerous international prizes and awards, including the Kawai Award, Gold Medalist at the A. Schnabel Competition, Berlin, Germany, as well as the winner of the prestigious George Enescu International Competition, Romanian Composers Union Prize, as well as Gold Medal Winners at many other Romanian piano competitions. Mr. Goiti is a graduate of the prestigious Academy of Music “G. Dima” in Cluj-Napoca, Romania where he is currently Professor of Piano and Head of the Piano Department.