Daniel began his musical studies at the Music School of Mamarrosa Philharmonic Band, he continued later in the Bairrada School of Arts, where he finished the 5th grade of the Conservatory with the teachers Ricardo Matosinhos and Nuno Lima. Later, he joined the Espinho Professional Music School in the class of the teachers J. Bernardo Silva, Dário Ribeiro and Nuno Costa. In 2010, he won the 1st place in the Iberian contest "Terras de La Salette" in the juvenile category.
He participated in several masterclasses with Hermann Baumann, Ab Koster, Nury Guarnaschelli, Ricardo Matosinhos, Hélder Vales, Sören Hermansson, Abel Pereira, Jonathan Luxton, David Johnson, Jeffrey Nelsen, Arkady Shilkloper among others. He participated in various stages of classical orchestra and woodwinds, with conductors Yan Van der Roost, Alberto Roque, Alex Schillings, Lorenzo Della Fonte, José Rafael Pascoal Vilaplana, Rui Pinheiro, Pedro Neves, Sergio Alapont, Martin Lutz, Arthur Pine Maria, Antonio Saiote and Christoph König. In chamber music, he is a founding member of the Oporto Horn Quartet, winner of the first edition of the "Trompas Lusas". He collaborated with the Espinho Classical Orchestra, Center Classical Orchestra, Wind Orchestra of Jobra, Bairrada Symphonic Orchestra, ESMAE Symphonic Orchestra and the Ensemble of the Portuguese Symphonic Band.
He actively cooperates with the Beiras Philharmonic Orchestra and the Portuguese Symphonic Band.
In terms of natural horn, he is a founding member of the baroque orchestra Musicum Portucalense, under the direction of Professor Hugues Kesteman.
More recently he attended the official reopening of the Rivoli Theatre playing with the National Ballet Company, which was directed by Maestro Massimo Mazeo. He is currently studying at ESMAE (Superior School of Music and Arts-Porto), with the teachers Bohdan Sebestik, Hugo Carneiro, Ricardo Matosinhos, Hélder Vales, Nuno Vaz and Abel Pereira.