Daniel Kordubaylo represents the classic Russian school of violin playing. Born in Saint Petersburg in 1977, he began his study at the Special School of Music of the Saint Petersburg State Conservatory, then continued at the legendary Saint Petersburg State Conservatory, where he was accepted without audition, as he was one of the three most outstanding violinists of his course. His professors in this period were Professors A. Aranovskaya, E. Komarova and A. Kazarina.
At this same time he decided to broaden his artistic goals with European teachers and he combined his studies in Saint Petersburg with the Prins Claus Conservatory and later the Royal Conservatory in The Hague (Holland). He regularly participated in various master classes traveling throughout Europe. His teachers during this time were T. Gerards, N. Morozova, K. Hulsman, H. Krebers, and D. Schwarzberg, among others.
As a soloist and member of different groups, Daniel has performed at numerous festivals and on various stages in Russia, Spain, Holland, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Latvia, Portugal, France, Italy, Brasilia, Argentina and Cuba. As a soloist he has done a series of “New-York Classic Radio” programs and intense tours of the United States.
He has been part of various orchestras, performing as a soloist in some of them, such as “North Netherlands Orchestra” (Holland), “New Philharmonic Orchestra” (Holland), “Dutch National Youth Orchestra” (Holland), “Belcanto Festival Orchestra ”(Holland),“ RTVE Symphony Orchestra ”(Spain) and“ Baltika Orquesta de San Petersburgo ”(Russia).
From 2002 to the present, he is a member of the first violins of the “Real Filharmonía de Galicia” orchestra (Spain). He performed with the RFG also as a soloist.
Daniel combines his artistic activities with intense organizational work. He is co-founder and technical director of the International Festival “Musical Pilgrims”, which takes place in Santiago de Compostela (Spain), since 2011, in collaboration with other festivals and organizations, such as the Royal Philharmonic of Galicia, the Vladimir International Charity Foundation Spivakov and the Mstislav Rostropovich International Charity Foundation, among others.