Daniel kobialka


Daniel Kobialka, known as a renowned healing music artist,
has been Principal 2nd Violinist with the San Francisco Symphony for over two decades and also on the faculty at University of California, Berkeley, and Mills College.
At age 15, Kobialka made his concert debue at Carnegie Hall.
Kobialka served as concert master for the premier of Leonard Bernstein's Mass.
He visited Japan for the first time in 1977 to join Nagano Winter Orchestra at Nagano Winter Olympics with an invitation from Seiji Ozawa. He associated closely with Toru Takemitsu, a genius in comtemporary music for many years.
In order to freely persue his own interpretations of the classics, as well as his profound interest in more avant-garde music, Kobialka founded his own record label which sold millions including
"When You Wish Upon A Star" and recorded music for meditation and guidance with alternative healing pioneers including Joan Borysenko and Bernie Siegel. Kobialka's music is the core of a series of studies linking sound with CAM,
complimentary and alternative medicine for health and healing. Numbers of MDs and therapists from over the world recommend his music for music therapies, meditations, prenatal cares and various other medical treatments.
Being fascinated by the maginificent music of MARTH, Kobialka has started exploring new possibilities to play music for the true wellness of the whole world.