Daniel Claret was born in Barcelona in 1987 into a family of musicians. The son of cellist parents, he has always considered his parents as a reference in his life. He studied Higher Education at the Liceu Conservatory and met teachers who have helped him evolve, such as Jordi Mora, Julius Berger and Bernard Greenhouse.
His professional activity covers different directions. In recent years he has carried out several personal projects that, according to Claret, have helped him grow and evolve musically, such as L.van Beethoven’s Integral for cello and piano, with Àlex Ramírez, or «La fe…», solo cello, which has allowed him to discover the figure of György Kurtág and rediscover J.S.Bach’s Suites, performed with a baroque bow and gut strings.
He is also part of the shows of the Mal Pelo group, such as Inventions and Highlands, with which he has learned to explore new ways of interpreting and perceiving musical works. He also collaborates with Miquel Fiol in the A.H.A. project, which has already received support from various institutions.
Chamber music occupies an important place in his career, sharing the stage with great musicians with whom he maintains a close friendship. He is also part of various orchestras, collaborating with the Barcelona Symphony Orchestra (OBC), the Gran Teatre del Liceu Orchestra and the Andorra National Classical Orchestra.
As a soloist, he made his debut at the Palau de la Música Catalana at the age of 23 and has performed with different orchestras in Spain, Germany and Andorra, performing various classical works such as the concertos by R.Schumann, J.Haydn in D Major, C. Saint -Saëns, Double Concert by J.Brahms or Triple Concert by L.van Beethoven.