Daniel Rubenstein is Violin and Viola professor at the Mons Royal Conservatory, teaching Young Talents, Bachelor and Master students in violin and viola.
In addition, he is Associate-professor in chamber music at the Brussels Royal Conservatory where he also served as guest violin professor, and gives regularly Masterclasses in Europe and abroad.
Daniel Rubenstein started the violin at the age of 6, studying with Marie-Christine Springuel, José Pingen then his father Jerrold Rubenstein. At the age of 16, he was accepted at the Brussels Royal Conservatory (BE) where he studied with Marcel Debot and Philippe Hirshhorn, then furthered his studies the next 5 years at the Indiana University, Bloomington (USA) studying with Miriam Fried, and Franco Gulli. He also studied half a year with Nicolas Chumachenco in Freiburg (DE) and during 2 summers at the Academia Chiginia in Siena (IT) with Boris Belkin .
Daniel Rubenstein also graduated as a violist in the class of Atar Arad (Indiana University), finishing a performing diploma after 3 years of viola studies.
After starting the piano at the age of 8, Daniel Rubenstein completed full studies as a pianist at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels in the class of Orit Ouziel and Robert Redaelli, obtaining the Higher Diploma in piano with Distinction.
Accomplishing full studies in 3 instruments gives him the possibility to teach various chamber music repertoire that he often performed as a violinist, violist or pianist. Moreover, his teaching in general benefits from the knowledge and education he received from all his professors.
His best students won Prizes in National Competitions and are enjoying a fine start of career as fix members of renowned chamber music or contemporary music ensembles.