Ilil Danin (harpsichord and piano)

Born in Israel, I got my piano Masters in Tel Aviv with prof. Krasovsky and prof. Bugoslavsky. After that, I did a piano Masters / chamber music in Milan.
Because I always had a passion for Early Music, I also studied recorder. Old keyboard instruments came later; under the direction of Siebe Henstra I graduated as a harpsichordist from the Utrecht Conservatory.

I also love to play the clavichord and fortepiano.
My interest is also in playing together and I have done that for many years (in different ensembles). In addition, I have done a lot of coaching for auditions and concerts.
At the moment, I regularly supervise Eurythmy classes, and I am the harpsichordist of the Gouwehart Orchestra in Gouda.

For more than 20 years, I have been teaching with great pleasure, with particular attention to the physical aspect of playing and being able to express yourself emotionally. I also prepare students for state exams and auditions.
Teaching methods: individual lessons, accompaniment of other instruments and singers, baroque ensemble, basso continuo lessons and introduction to harpsichord for pianists.

Languages: Dutch, English, Italian and Hebrew.