Conservatorio di Alessandria - Concert musician and professor
Bach: performance, interpretation, recordings
Daniele Boccaccio defines himself as a "performer" of Bach music, and as someone who "studies [Bach's] ideas in the field of teaching, of Kabbalah, and of Lutheranism".
1989 Organ and organ composition diploma at the Conservatory “L. Cherubini” in Florence. He participated in many courses on J. S. Bach given by Michael Radulescu, and early music by H. Vogel, M. Torrent-Serra, L.F. Tagliavini, S. Innocenti. Radulescu gave an important turning point in his life, inviting him in 1992 to become part of his organ class at the Universität für Musik in Vienna. He also enrolled and attended the Harpsichord class by Gordon Murray and Basso continuo by Augusta Campagne, getting his soloist diploma in Organ and Harpsichord (with first-class honours degree, and the title of Magister Artium) 1999 first world CD-recording of Sonate di violino a voce sola by Giovanni Antonio Leoni, the first collection entirely dedicated to violin and Thorough-Bass in the history of music. 2000, first world CD-recording of Otto Cantate per Soprano, due Violini e Basso by Domenico Scarlatti (record company: “Tactus”) This recording was awarded at “Recording International Prize Antonio Vivaldi for the Italian Ancient Music 2000” of Venice as one of the best CD-recording of the year. He has an intense activity both as a soloist and continuo player with whom he recorded for Amadeus, Bongiovanni, Tactus, Dynamic, Symphonia, Hyperion, Brilliant Classics and Euterpe Classic Music. 1995 he had a teaching assignment as a harpsichordist in the Early Music Department of Music Pedagogy at the Universität für Musik in Vienna