Daniel Rosin was born in Bern, Switzerland, where he began his musical apprenticeship under Prof. Peter Hörr of the Hochschule der Künste, at which school Daniel would eventually gain two master’s degrees. Further guidance and inspiration from Pieter Wispelwey, Heinrich Schiff, Wolfgang Boettcher and Janos Starker helped him to complete his training on the modern cello.
Daniel Rosin’s commitment to expressive musical rhetoric and his passion for Historically Informed Performance Practice led him towards a time of extensive specialized studies in early music, in the course of which studies he worked with some of today’s most reknowned artists and ensembles; and he graduated as a Master of Arts in Specialized Musical Performance from the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis. Daniel Rosin currently works as a freelance chamber musician and soloist. Some of his work is documented in recordings for Deutsche Grammophon, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi, Olive Music, Christophorus and Glossa.