Born in Stockholm in 2001, Daniel Lozakovich heard a violin for the first time at seven and fell in love with it "as if I had played it in another life". Two years later, he made his solo debut with the Moscow Virtuosi under the baton of Spivakov. In 2012, he began his musical studies at the Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe (the Karlsruhe's University of Music) with Josef Rissin and continued them in Geneva with Eduard Wulfson.
A violinist of prodigious precocity, he signed with Deutsche Grammophon at 15. His first CD was devoted to Bach, the second to Tchaikovsky and the third to Beethoven: "for me, his concerto is the most beautiful of all".
He is invited by the greatest orchestras and festivals, with the greatest conductors, including Gergiev, Bychkov, Eschenbach, Järvi, Petrenko, among others. He also gives numerous recitals, as a soloist or with other musicians, such as Renaud Capuçon, Mintz, Pletnev, Matsuev, Buniatishvili, or Vengerov.
Daniel Lozakovich has received several distinctions: 1st prize at the Vladimir Spivakov International Violin Competition; Young Artist of the Year at the Festival of Nations 2017; Premio Batuta Award 2019 in Mexico City.
He plays on the Stradivarius "ex-Rothschild" on loan from Reuning & Son and "Le Reynier" on loan from LVMH.