Daniel Grinberg was born in Buenos Aires. His father was a lawyer and his mother a CPA. He has an older brother and a younger sister. At the age of 13 Grinberg immigrated with his family to Israel.
He started playing instruments when he was 4 or 5 years old. Starting with a typical Argentinian small plastic flute called "tonete" which he got from a cousin, he moved on to an old guitar that he found, and then started playing on his uncles piano. He taught himself to play and with time his skills grew.
As a child he was a terrible student and playing music was his whole life, but Grinberg always had a great passion for sciences and technology and at an early age was able to repair electronic devices.
In his teenage years Grinberg spent most of his time playing the electric guitar with local rock bands. Despite his hatred for educational institutions he decided that he wanted to study music and after one year with a private teacher was accepted to the music academy at Tel Aviv University where he 5 years before spending a year as a teacher there. This was in the early 80's.
In that period he got married and had his first child, a daughter. For a living he composed music for television and worked in recording studios, where he first came across computers.
He got a crazy idea to develop an optical software capable of inputting music scores and transforming them into mathematic codes, which would enable automatic transcriptions and transpositions. In those days it seemed impossible, especially for a guy with no engineering education. It took him 2 years to overcome the challenge but it lead to an impressive achievement that got him hired by an American hi-tec corporation where he started his 30 year technological career, focusing on complex systems and artificial intelligence.
Through the years he kept composing music for plays, as well as some electronic music, some jazz and a little instrumental stuff.
Today he has his own technological enterprise which is a global leader in AR and AI (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nn7XBmsQ5W4).
A couple of years ago Grinberg decided to return to his greatest passion and started working on Short Stories. These days he's already starting work on his next album. He is married with children.
Styles: pop rock, melodic rock.
Similar to/RIYL: The Cranberries, Skunk Anansie, Texas, U2, Dido.
Release date: October 29 through Imusiciandigital to all music web shops.
Daniel Grinberg: guitars, keyboards.
Maor Swartzberg: guitars, keyboards, bass guitar.
Tal Tamari: drums, percussion.
Yoav Arbel: drums
Production: Maor Scwartzberg
Artist contact: email@example.com