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Borovitzky has recorded for several radio and TV stations, and has been heard on live broadcasts for Radio Nacional and Televisión Pública in Argentina, on stations in Berlin and Montevideo, and in multiple performances for the Israeli radio station IBA.
Borovitzky has won several international competitions, including the Grand Prix Animato (Paris, 2014), Isidor Bajić Memorial Piano Competition in Serbia (First Prize, 2012), Grand Prix at the Athens Young Pianists Competition (2002), St Petersburg Young Pianists Competition (2001), a special prize for the performance of Israeli music at the Aviv Competitions (2013), and the Clairmont Award (Tel Aviv, 2014). He has participated in the Aspen Music Festival and School, the International Holland Music Sessions festival in Bergen, and the Tel-Hai International Piano Master Classes. Borovitzky is a recipient of scholarships from the America–Israel Cultural Foundation (2002–16) and the Yehoshua and Margrit Lakner Foundation (Zürich, 2015–17).
Daniel Borovitzky started his piano studies at the age of eight. Among his teachers were Luisa Yoffe at the Hassadna Jerusalem Music Conservatory, and Arnon Erez. He completed his bachelor’s degree, studying with Tomer Lev at the Buchmann–Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University. In 2015/16 he studied at the Yale School of Music and thereafter received his master’s degree at the Hochschule für Musik und Tanz Köln.