Daniel Borovitzky was born in 1991 in Samara, Russia, and immigrated with his family to Israel at the age of three.
He has toured North and South America, Europe, and the Far East as a soloist and chamber musician. As a soloist, he has performed under Zubin Mehta at the Charles Bronfman Auditorium in Tel Aviv, with English Chamber Orchestra in London, Israel Chamber Orchestra, Israel Camerata Jerusalem, Haifa Symphony Orchestra, and Tel Aviv Soloists Ensemble.
Borovitzky has won several international competitions, including the Grand Prix Animato (Paris, 2014), Isidor Bajic Memorial Piano Competition in Serbia (First Prize, 2012), a special prize for the performance of Israeli music at the Aviv Competitions (2013), and the Clairmont Award (Tel Aviv, 2014).
He has participated in the Aspen Music Festival and School, the International Holland Music Sessions festival in Bergen, the Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes, and the Mizmorim Festival in Basel, Switzerland.
Borovitzky is a recipient of scholarships from the America–Israel Cultural Foundation (2002– 16) and the Yehoshua and Margrit Lakner Foundation (Zürich, 2015–17). Daniel Borovitzky started his piano studies at the age of eight. Among his teachers were Luisa Yoffe, and Arnon Erez at the Hassadna Jerusalem Music School. He completed his bachelor’s degree under the guidance of Tomer Lev at the Buchmann–Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University.
In 2015/16 he studied at the Yale School of Music with Peter Frankl, later received his master’s degree at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln and in Basel Musik-Akademie, studying with Claudio Martinez Mehner, Anton Kernjak, and Jazz piano with Lester Menezes.