Of the many toy musical instruments his parents gave him, Daishin Kashimoto preferred the violin, and he began taking lessons at age group three in Tokyo. In 1986, at age seven, he was the youngest pupil recognized to Juilliard’s pre-college department in those days. While there, he provided his first single recital and made an appearance with the brand new York Symphonic Outfit. His further research included use Zakhar Bron in Lübeck and Rainer Kussmaul in Freiburg, and also a few prize-winning shows through the 1990s. Kashimoto provides made an appearance as soloist with many of Europe’s best-known orchestras plus some in Japan as well as the U.S.. He’s also performed chamber music with an extended and distinguished set of various other instrumentalists. He released an record of sonatas with pianist Itamar Golan in 2002 and Brahms’ Violin Concerto with Myung-Whun Chung as well as the Dresden Staatskapelle in 2007, both in the Sony Traditional label. In ’09 2009, Kashimoto was appointed as concertmaster from the Berlin Philharmonic, the same placement once kept by Kussmaul. Signing up for the EMI Classics label, Kashimoto done a complete routine from the Beethoven sonatas with Konstantin Lifschitz.