Born in Cleveland, Ohio, USA, violinist Daniel Broniatowski has performed in many parts of the United States and Europe. He has had the privilege of studying with some of the world’s most eminent teachers schooled in the Russian virtuosic technique of violin playing.
Dr. Broniatowski holds a Bachelor of Music Degree in violin performance from the New England Conservatory in Boston where he studied with Michele Auclair and Eric Rosenblith and a Masters of Music degree from the Royal College of Music in London where he studied with Itzhak Rashkovsky. He has also completed a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree at Boston University where he was accepted on full scholarship and studied with Yury Mazurkevich.
As a concert and orchestral violinist, Dr. Broniatowski has performed in many venues such as Carnegie Hall, New England Conservatory of Music’s Jordan Hall, Boston’s Symphony Hall, and Cleveland’s Severance
Mr. Broniatowski has a particular interest in performing Jewish inspired Classical music, as is represented in his repertoire. He has also arranged and performed in a concert of Israeli Classical Music at the Newton Library outside of Boston, Massachusetts. Of special personal significance, Daniel Broniatowski has performed with the Philharmonia Czestochowa in Poland, playing Bloch’s “Baal Shem Suite” with Michal Nesterowicz conducting. This was in collaboration with the World Society of Czestochowa Jews and their Descendants.
Dr. Broniatowski and his quartet have recorded local composer Erik Lindgren’s String Quartet Number 2 on the album “Progressive Music for String Quartet”. They have also been featured twice on WBZ’s The Jordan Rich Show.
As a teacher, Dr. Broniatowski’s approach is to fuse the repertoire of the Suzuki Method and the more traditional methods with a distinctively Franco-Russian technique for a rich and beautiful tone.