Born on April 6th, 1972, in Kazanlak, Bulgaria, DANIEL M. TRINGOV started playing violin at the age of 6. In 1981, he won the Golden Medal at the Sixth National Music Festival in St. Zagora, Bulgaria, being the youngest contestant in his group. In 1985, he continued his education at Hristina Morfova School of Music in the same city. Three years later, he was admitted to the National Music School, L. Pipkov, in Sofia, Bulgaria, in the class of the popular Bulgarian violinist, teacher and composer, Peter Hristoskov.
After Mr. Tringov’s high school graduation in 1991, he was admitted to the National Music Academy, P. Vladigerov, in Sofia, Bulgaria, in the violin class of Professor Elisaveta Kazakova. From 1991-1995, he was a first violinist in the New Symphony Orchestra. From 1995-1999, his musical expertise allowed him to travel as a first violinist in the “Theatro Lyrico de Europe” Tour Opera Orchestra performing in Bulgaria, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Portugal. In 1996, he completed a Master of Music degree with honors.
By 1998, his beautiful playing would again bring notoriety as he received Second Prize in the International Competition, Music and Earth in Sofia, Bulgaria and the Special Prize for virtuoso performance (for “La Ronde des Lutines”- A. Bazzini), in the name of the famous Bulgarian violinist Vasko Abadjiev. In June of 1998, he took a violin master class with Professor Roza Fain of Dusseldorf, Germany in Varna, Bulgaria. In 1999, he performed in Concorso Internationale di Violino “Premio Paganini” in Genova, Italy. He served as concertmaster of the “Odeon Opera and Musical Theater” Orchestra and as a first violinist in the New Symphony and “Bankya” National Chamber Orchestras in Sofia, Bulgaria, and Upsala, Sweden, while still concertizing with various chamber groups, orchestras; and, giving solo recitals throughout Bulgaria.
In addition to his great artistic development in Europe, Mr. Tringov decided to enrich his art horizons by continuing his music studies in the United States. In September 2002, he was offered a full scholarship in violin performance at the University of Southern Mississippi, where he studied with Professor Alexandre Brussilovsky (Paris, France), and Professor Steven Redfield. In October of the same year, he won the “William Gower Concerto Award”, and one month later he performed the first movement of Beethoven’s Violin Concerto in D, accompanied by the University of Southern Mississippi Symphony Orchestra.
Later, in 2004, he was accepted with a music merit full scholarship in the Graduate Certificate in Violin Performance Program at the University of Southern California Thornton School of Music, where he extensively worked under the guidance of the prestigious violin Professor Alice Schoenfeld. In May 2006, Mr. Tringov completed his second graduate degree with honors and was a recipient of a Certificate for Outstanding Academic Achievement for graduating with 4.00 GPA. Since his studies, Mr. Tringov, has continued impressing audiences with his masterful technique and love of artistic expression through orchestral, chamber, and solo playing.
Additionally, in 2009 Daniel decided to explore the field of composing, arranging, and studio recording of various musical genres, devoting himself entirely to this idea and working over the period of four years in his own modern recording Global Art Entertainment Live Studio in Bethany, Connecticut, USA, following his typical virtuoso - improvisational musical style and taste, all-together with his wife, the incredibly talented cellist Sifei Wen-Tringov, collaborating with world renown performers and arrangers!
Later, together with Sifei, he was temporarily based for four years in Sofia, Bulgaria, working under the logo of “Global Art Entertainment”- their own musical production company, which Daniel manages, taking the responsibility for all creative activities, working as recording artist, recording, mixing and mastering engineer, art photographer, audio- video producer and graphic designer. The first instrumental album called "A Whole New Instrumental World" is still in production. The set consists of 16 works that are specifically arranged instrumental versions of famous compositions, originating from classical masterpieces to hard-rock styles, while all violin and violoncello parts, violin and violoncello electric guitars and other solo instrumental parts are arranged personally by Mr. Tringov, amid the general, rich and highly innovative arrangements, made by the longtime colleague and friend of Daniel, Mr. Alexander Popov. The new album will be produced on CD, DVD and Blu-Ray, and promoted during a World Concert Tour in 2023-2024.
Beside all these different experiences, Daniel created and participated in many multi-cultural projects and live music venues, collaborating with Sifei Wen, Georgi Tcherkin, Sofia Soloists, etc. During year of 2015, Daniel together with Sifei, formed the unique String Art Quartet consisting of two violins and two cellos, followed by series of major concerts.
Currently, Mr. Tringov is residing in Munich, Germany where he is establishing Global Art Entertainment EU and Global Art Management EU, companies which are producing concert venues, audio and video recordings, also managing and supporting unique art talents. Besides his solo violin concerts, he is working together with Sifei Wen-Tringov, while participating in major cultural projects, performing on stage in the “String Fusion” violin and cello duo. He is recently collaborating with the world-famous studio Dorian Gray, which is affiliated with Sony Music. His Newest Double Album - “Sonatas and Pieces” Vol. 1, containing Two Violin and Piano Sonatas, and 13 Romantic-Virtuoso Violin and Piano Pieces is set to be be released by the end of 2021. Series of live performances throughout Germany and the rest of Europe are being scheduled for the Concert Season 2022 – 2023 and 2023-2024, together with his wife and colleague, Sifei Wen-Tringov, concert cellist and a fashion model. Mr. Tringov is the Founder and CEO of Deutsche Classical. and GOD Art Universe.