Daniel Hamin Go, cello
25 year-old South Korean cellist Daniel Hamin Go, began his musical studies in Canada at the age of 12. Daniel studied with Julia Lichten and David Geber at the Manhattan School of Music, where he completed his Bachelor of Music. Since moving to Europe in 2018, Daniel pursued his Master of Music from the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in the class of Nicolas Altstaedt, and as a recipient of the Bicentenary Award and the Drake Calleja Trust Award, Daniel completed an Advanced Diploma at the Royal Academy of Music with John Myerscough and Jonathan Manson (baroque cello).
As a sincere and passionate chamber musician, Daniel has performed and collaborated with many renowned musicians such as Jonathan Biss, Miriam Fried, Ida Kavafian, Daniel Phillips, Fazil Say, and has received musical guidance from the members of the Artemis, Cleveland, Juilliard, and Tokyo string quartets. In recent years, Daniel has been finding inspiration working in masterclass settings with artists such as Steven Isserlis, Ferenc Rados, and Rita Wagner, with invitations to festivals such as Four Seasons Winter Workshop, IMS Prussia Cove, Krzyzowa-Music, Tsinandali Festival, and Yellow Barn.
In September 21, Daniel will be an artist-in-residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel under the guidance of Gary Hoffman and Jeroen Reuling.