You are listening to Karol, accompanied by Iveta Sabová on piano, playing Richard Wagner's "Wilhelmi".
Karol Daniš, age 16, is a major personality of the youngest generation of Slovak performing artists. Since age 3, he has played the violin under his father and began his studies at Bratislava State Conservatory at age six. Young Daniš has won competitive competitions at a very early age and performed with major symphonies. Since 2000, young Daniš has won major violin competitions. In 2006, he won the top prize in an European talent competition and in 2007, he won first prize at the Jarosla Kocian International Violin Competition in Czech Republic and the first prize in the most prestigious Louis Spohr competition for Young Violinists in Germany. Young Daniš has performed with some of the most prestigious groups, as the Janacel Philharmonic, and places as the Liszt Academy and the President's Residence in Malta, and Palaces throughout Europe. He performs often with his brother, Norbert Daniš.
Recorded live in February 2009 by František Paul at the Eugen Suchoň Hall, Bratislava. Webpage www.konzervatorium.sk