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David van Dijk was born in 1976 in Dirksland (The Netherlands), where he had his first violin lessons from the age of eight. He studied in Utrecht with Viktor Liberman, in Hamburg with Mark Lubotsky and in Rotterdam with Ilja Grubert, and won various first and second prizes in national competitions. In 1995 he was awarded the Zilveren Vriedenskrans of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw. David van Dijk has collaborated with the pianist Léon Bak throughout The Netherlands and played in Paris, London and Nice. He was a member of the European Community Youth Orchestra and the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. From 2001 to 2003 he held a scholarship from the Academy of the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, of which he has been a member since 2004. He has served as a coach for the Bavarian Regional Youth Orchestra and in 2010, together with musicians from the Radio Symphony Orchestra and freelance early music players, established the baroque ensemble L’accademia giocosa.

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