Student of Dénes Szigmondy – descendant of the celebrated schools of Z. Francescatti and C. Flesch - Daniele Orlando went to specialize with Ana Chumachenco and Boris Kuschnir.
At the age of 17 he debuted as soloist with the Tschaikowsky Violin Concerto under the direction of Donato Renzetti who wrote about him"...he has an extraordinary musicality and technical virtuosity, his execution of the Concerto was exemplary both from a technical point of view and in the temperament he displayed...I believe without a shadow of doubt that Daniele Orlando is one of the most important discoveries of the new generation of soloists."
He has performed, among others, the Concerti by L. van Beethoven, J. Sibelius, F. Mendelssohn, G. F. Ghedini (“Il belprato”), the Sinfonia Concertante and the complete works for violin and orchestra by Mozart and Mendelssohn; the complete Brandeburg Concerti in the role of conductor and soloist at the Ravello Festival, the Concerto Grosso by Bakalov and a memorabler execution of the Four Season by Vivaldi at the Berlin Philarmonie.
He has performed in concerts as soloist and in chamber ensembles in the United States, Latin America, in Russia, Germany, France, Romania, the Slovak Republic, Portugal, Greece, Ireland and Sweden in collaboration with artists such as Krzysztof Penderecki, Bruno Canino, Antonio Anselmi, Ramin Bahrami, Giovanni Sollima, Alessandro Carbonare, Michele Campanella. He performed the double concerto by Donizzetti with Giovanni Sollima live on RAI 1 TV for the National Holiday of the Republic of Italy from the Hall of the Armored Corps of the Quirinal in Rome, Italy.
He has done numerous recordings for labels such as Fuga Libera, Naxos, Tactus and Brilliant Classics.
He was a member of the Gustav Mahler Junged Orchester, of the European Union Youth Orchestra and of the Orchestra Mozart under the direction of Claudio Abbado.
Since 2014 he has been the Concertmaster of I Solisti Aquilani and since 2017 he collaborates as Concertmaster with the Orchestra of Padova and Veneto.
In the area of contemporary music he has executed numerous workmany of wich as world premiere performances. Especially worthy of mention among these are a perfomance trasmitted live on Radio 3 of the "Concerto for Two Violins and Orchestra" by Lasse Thoresen, with the Rome Opera Orchestra and many works by Diego Concti, who dedicated to Orlando both the piece “Edging” for solo violin and "20 Duetti" for two violins.
He is a professor of violin at the Conservatory “U. Giordano” in Foggia, Italy. He performs on a violin made by Giovan Battista Ceruti, 1805.