Over the last years established himself as a pianist for recitals, chamber music player and as an accompanist in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Israel. Many Recitals appeared as a soloist in Berlin, where he spent the last few years, and - 2010's famous Piano Festival Ruhr Essen alongside tenor Taylan Memioglu.
In 2009 made his debut as a pianist of Lied art at the Berlin Philharmonie alongside Soprano Olja Dakic.
In 2011 joined the senior staff of Keshet Eilon as an accompanist.
Participated in competitions which focus on the art of Lied, where as an accompanist won the Thomas Wiese Prize at a master class for the art of Lied in Husum ,Germany in 2007, a special award for outstanding pianist in the Lied competition named after Paula Salomon – Lindberg at the Berlin University of Arts in Berlin and the first Prize at the Art of Lied Competition for Duo’s in a master class for the art of Lied in Husum ,Germany in 2008.
Between the years 1998 to 2006 has consistently been a recipient of the America-Israel Cultural Foundation, the Fund Ronen scholarship and the Gottharad Schierse Stiftung in 2009 in Berlin.
Served as an outstanding musician as a pianist in the Army and as Double Bass player at the Education and Youth Force orchestra.
Dan Deutsch holds a BA and MA in piano studying from the Israeli Music Academy named after Rubin in Tel - Aviv where he studied under the guidance of Prof. Emanuel Krasovsky. He won in several competitions at the Academy of Music and graduated summa cum laude.
He studied with Professor Charles Spencer accompaniment for vocal music at the University for Music and Performing Arts in Vienna in 2006 and graduated summa cum laude.
In 2008 took part at the new program of the art of Lied at the University for Music and Theatre in Hamburg, together with soprano Dana Marbach under the guidance of Prof. Burkhard Kehring and graduated summa cum laude.
He Participated in master classes under the guidance of Jerome Leventhal, Louis Castro, Radoslav Kvapil, Pnina Salzman, Asaf Zohar, Charles Spencer, Ulf Bästlein and Robert Holl.
Dan Deutsch began his piano studies under the guidance of Rina Chricheli and continued his studies in Givatayim Conservatory with Hannah Barzilay. He graduated the High School of arts named after Thelma Yellin summa cum laude.