Modi'in, AK, United States
Aviv Daniel is an Israeli violinist, born in 2000 in Jerusalem and living in Modi’in. He started playing the violin when he was very young. He studied at the Thelma Yellin High School and now studies violin in Mila Feldman’s academic class at Tel Aviv University.
Aviv took part in masterclasses with the teachers and violinists Miriam Fried, Grigory Klinovsky, Hagai Shaham, Annie Shnarch, Vadim Gluzman, Dora Schwartzberg, Itzhak Rashkovsky, Chaim Taub and Irina Svetlova. He played in the Young Philarmonic Orchestra and participates in the David Goldman Program for Outstanding Young Musicians and Jerusalem Music Center Programs such as Huberman program. Aviv also played as a soloist with Thelma Yellin Symphony orchestra in few concerts in January 2018. Aviv also took part in the “Keshet Eilon” summer course in 2019.
In the past, he has studied violin with Prof. Matvey Liberman (a student of David Oistrakh), Emma Elyashov, Mira Massin and Ludmilla Ozrizky.
Aviv plays on a violin loaned by AICF. He has been a recipient of AICF Scholarship since 2015 and also of “Keren Ronen” foundation.