As a versatile, sensitive, creative musician and committed to the recovery of his country's heritage, Daniel Blanch has been able to pursue a solid career as a pianist for more than twenty years, both as a soloist and in the field of chamber music. Since his debut at Palau de la Música Catalana in 1999, he has participated in numerous cycles and festivals, performing in venues such as the Brahms Saal of the Musikverein in Vienna, the L’Auditori in Barcelona and the Witold Lutosławski Hall in Warsaw.
He has performed as a soloist with the Prague Chamber Orchestra, the Warsaw Symphony, the Staatstheater Mainz Orchester, the Xalapa Symphony Orchestra and the Cuba National Symphony. He has collaborated with directors such as Jacek Kaspsyk, Ernst von Tiel, Volodymyr Sirenko, Salvador Brotons, Manfred Neuman and Xavier Puig, among others.
Trained alongside great masters such as Maria Canals, Maria Tipo, Brigitte Engerer and Alícia de Larrocha, Daniel Blanch has made numerous recordings, including those dedicated to piano and orchestra concertos by Catalan composers such as Nin-Culmell, Montsalvatge, Suriñach, Blancafort, Ricard Lamote de Grignon and Joan Manén. Since 2002 he has formed a stable duo with the violinist Kalina Macuta with whom he has recorded five albums, two of them dedicated to the complete works for violin and piano by Joan Manén.
He is the president and founder of the Joan Manén Association, an organization dedicated to the recovery and dissemination of Catalan musical heritage.