Daniel Deuter, born in Mülheim a. d. Ruhr, studied violin with Tibor Istvánffy and Geoffry Wharton. His interest in interpretation of early music led him to collaborate with Philippe Herreweghe, Jordi Savall, Frieder Bernius, Reinhard Goebel, Konrad Junghänel and René Jacobs. During chamber music projects with Peter Kooi, Jed Wentz, Marie Leonhardt, Silas Standage, Daniel Hope, Michala Petri a.o. he visited many European and Asian countries, as well as the Canada, USA and Southamerika.
Daniel Deuter leads orchestral workshops, coaches young ensembles and teaches baroque violin (International Summer School of Early Music Valtice, Le parlement de Musique, Michaelsteiner Sommerakademie, Bednarska Summer Course, Warszawa). Together with his Ensemble CordArte from cologne, he performs chamber music of the 17th century.
From 1993 he is Concert Master of the Batzdorfer Hofkapelle which is dedicating itself to stage performances of operas and other works, mainly from the Dresden repertoire.
Since 2013 he has been teaching Baroque violin at the Music Academy in Bydgoszcz, Poland.
His work is documented in many CDs from supraphon, musicom, pan-classics, Raumklang, Kammerton and Accent.