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Daniel Hoffmann, who grew up in upper Franconia/Bavaria, has been playing as a cellist in the Konzerthaus Orchestra Berlin since 2015 and occasionally plays in the Mahler Chamber Orchestra as a guest. He had his debut as a soloist at the age of 8 with the Hof Symphony Orchestra and at the age of 17 he moved to Berlin to visit the Carl Philip Emanuel Bach music college to study under Prof. Michael Sanderling. After graduating he started studying with Prof. Wen-Sinn Yang and later with Prof. Peter Hörr, where he received his diploma. He has additionally benefited from major artistic advice from Steven Isserlis, Janos Starker, Natalia Gutman and Wolfgang Boettcher. As a soloist he frequently played with the Hof Symphony Orchestra, the Baden-Baden Philharmonic and with many other orchestras, both in Germany and abroad. He has played in major venues such as the “Konzerthaus“ in Berlin, the “Munich Philharmony“ and “Chernigov Philharmony“ (Ukraine). Daniel founded the "Vitzenburger Schlosskonzerte" in 2009, which now takes place every year at a renaissance castle in eastern Germany.