Daniel Käsbauer

Bachelor of Arts



Neunburg v. Wald Amberg




+49 151 / 58 70 68 08


Daniel Käsbauer, born in 1989, originates from Neunburg v. Wald in the Upper Palatinate Forest in Bavaria, Germany. He began receiving drum lessons at the age of seven. At the age of nine, he started taking trumpet lessons from Herbert Hauser at the municipal music school in Neunburg. After completing an apprenticeship as an office clerk and during his subsequent studies in Business Education in Nuremberg, he received instruction from Georg Birner. Following this, Käsbauer decided to turn his hobby into a profession and studied instrumental pedagogy under Prof. Malte Burba at the PCK in Mainz from 2015 to 2019.

Despite his deep connection to his homeland and the region's customary traditional wind band music, Käsbauer has been involved in numerous performances of symphonic music. Performances of Gustav Mahler's 1st Symphony and Gershwin's "An American in Paris" are among Käsbauer's accomplishments. He is also familiar with contemporary music, regularly participating in concerts by and with Michael Sell in Frankfurt. With his own wind orchestra "Mission Böhmisch," Daniel Käsbauer secured the title of European Champion in 2017 with an unprecedented score of 95.83 points.

In 2019, he founded the melicus.musikverlag (melicus music publishing) as well as the record label melicus.label. Through these platforms, he distributes sheet music and recordings of various genres.