Danijel Gašparović earned his bachelor degree at the Music Academy of the University of Zagreb. He specialized his skills at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Pécs (Hungary). He is the winner of state, international and dean prizes, and was a scholar of the City of Zagreb.
As a soloist and a chamber musician, he performed at the Osor Musical Evenings, Hvar Summer Festival, Vinkovci Autumn Festival, in the Fortissimo concert series in Zagreb, Cristoforium series on historical pianos in Zagreb, Zagreb Piano Duo Festival, the Music Palette series in Zagreb, at Nei Suoni dei Luoghi festival in Italy, in Musica Maxima festival,May Music Evenings in Sibenik, Papandopuliana festival in Tribunj, Ohrid Summer Festival and Autumn Musical evenings in Macedonia, 32 Beethoven sonatas cycle in Zagreb, Chopin Piano Fest in Prishtina, concerts in Ljubljana, festivals in Dubrovnik, Losinj and many others. As a performer and organizer he participated in projects like 7in7for70, integral performances of complete Debussy’s Preludes, and the first ever performance of Beethoven’s 32 sonatas by chronlogical order in Croatia.
He has also participated in the organizing of a piano instrument exhibition called the Ten Pianos at the Museum of Arts and Crafts in 2012, performing the works of Schubert and Saint-Saëns. From 2009 to 2014 he participated in organizing and leading the cycle of concerts of students of the Musical Academy in Zagreb, Virtuoso. He collaborated on joint projects with the Concert Hall Vatroslav Lisinski, HRT, the Croatian Society of Musicians, the City of Zagreb, the Austrian Cultural Forum, and collaborated with the Zagreb Youth Orchestra under the guidance of Zlatan Srzić, Zagreb soloists led by Rober Lehrbaumera.
He won the Best Artistic Collaboration Award at Darko Lukic Competition in 2016. He is a piano teacher at the School of Arts in Zabok, the director of the Artistic Organization Cristoforium, which organizes top-class concert series – Cristoforium, Svetislav Stančić’s Pleyel, Music Evenings in the Old City Hall, Musical River in city of Rijeka and other cultural and educational content, Director and founder of CristoforiumArt for the management of artists and services in culture, organizes a number of respectable cultural events in cooperation with partners from Croatia and abroad. Together with his father Ljubomir, he owns the largest and most valuable private collection of historical pianos in Croatia and beyond.