Daniel Adni is an Israeli pianist (born December 6, 1951).
He began his training in Haifa, where he made his debut at age 12. He studied with Vlado Perlemuter at the Paris Conservatory, winning the Premier Prix 3 times. Afterwards he studied with Géza Anda in Zurich (1970). In 1970 he made his London debut. He won the Young Concert Artists International Auditions (1976) and the Phillip M. Faucett Prize (1981). He has toured throughout the world and played with the leading orchestras and conductors.
In 1999, he and Tessa Katzenellenbogen were married in London, England.
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