Daniele Lazzari was born in Italy in 1972. He devotes himself to classical music performing in Italy, Hungary where he actually lives, and often abroad. Though he took a classical guitar in his hands for the first time at the age of 14, soon he fell in love with the instrument and the music, winning prizes in international musical competitions (Padova, Salerno, Lecce, Rionero, Ancona, Taranto, Roma) and performing with great success.
In 2002 he graduated in Classical Guitar at the “Gesualdo da Venosa” State Conservatory. During the years he taught Classical Guitar in Music Schools and Academies in Potenza, Padova, Treviso, Venice and attended perfection courses with outstandig artists such as Arturo Tallini, Carlo Marchione (Italy), Alberto Ponce (Spain) and Sharon Isbin (USA). From 2004 he lived in Venice for three years, studying at the “Benedetto Marcello” State Academy with Giuseppe Pepicelli and obtained, as first guitarist in Italy, the new Master Degree in Classical Guitar. He wrote a thesis about the aesthetics of the guitar music of the mexican composer Manuel Ponce. In 2006 he moved in Budapest, Hungary and has been taking part in the musical life of that Country. His first CD (2007) – SAMBOSSA – a tribute to the modern south-american music for guitar and flute won flattering reviews both by the critics and by the audience. From 2008 he is a recognized Guitar Teacher and Performing Artist by the Hungarian State also. Actually he is Professor of Guitar at the “Zoltan Kodaly” and at the “Erna
Czovek” State Music Schools in Budapest.