Daniel Inbal *

Daniel Inbal was born in 1972 in Aachen (Germany). After musical education at the Frankfurt Conservatory he studied piano with David Wilde at the Hochschule für Musik Hannover. Between 1993 and 1998, he attended Leopold Hager's conducting class at the Hochschule für Musik Vienna.

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He also took part in master classes, such as Gianluigi Gelmetti’s conducting courses at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena.
1999 he was entrusted with the musical direction of a new production of Ariadne auf Naxos by Strauss at the National Opera of the Rhine.

Since then he has been working with orchestras like the Rhineland-Palatinate State Philharmonic Orchestra, the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Jeunesses Musicales World Orchestra, the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale della RAI Turin, the German Symphony Orchestra Berlin, the Guerzenich Orchester Cologne and with the NDR Radio Philharmonic Hannover .

In 2003, he became Music Director of the Prussian Chamber Orchestra. Since 2002 he has also been collaborating closely with the Braunschweig State Orchestra, which he conducted at the Rheinsberg Opera Festival 2004 in a production of Lucia di Lammermoor.
In 2004, he made his debut in Japan with the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted Mahler's 2nd Symphony with the State Orchestra Frankfurt (Oder).
Since April of 2005, he has been engaged by the Volksoper in Vienna, where he conducted pieces such as Der Graf von Luxemburg, Die lustige Witwe and the ballet Alice@wonderland (with music of Nino Rota).
At the Braunschweig State Theatre he has also agreed to assume responsibility for a new production of L’incoronazione di Poppea.
After a performance of Madama Butterfly he has been engaged by the Stadttheater Bern as 1st Kapellmeister for this season. There he will be conducting Die lustige Witwe, La Traviata, the ballet Les Liaisons Dangereuses (with music of Gustav Mahler) and premieres of Mahagonny and Le nozze di Figaro.
His first was CD was published with sacred arias by Mozart und Haydn with Annick Massis and the Orchestre Colonne Paris.