Daniel Buranovský studied play the piano at the Conservatory in Žilina. In 1989 he graduated with honours from the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava under Miloslav Starosta. He was awarded the Prize of the Slovak Minister of Education for his excellent studies and artistic achievements. In 2001 he succesfully finished PhD studies at the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava in the class of Ida Černecká.
He has taken part at various international festivals of music, as a solo pianist, he has worked with The Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra, The Slovak Sinfonietta Žilina, The State Philharmonic Orchestra in Košice, The Symphonic Orchestra of the Czechoslovak Radio in Bratislava, the Orchestra of the Beethoven Hall in Bonn. He has performed in many European countries, but also in USA, Mexico, Brazilia, Argentina and in Asia.
Currently he is also appreciated by fellow professional musicians as a chamber partner – with violin virtuoso Dalibor Karvay, with the soloists of the Slovak National Opera House, including Ľubica Vargicová with which he performed in Carnegie Hall in New York in November 2003.
During his artistic activity he participated at recording CD with chamber partners as well as the soloist. In 1999 he recorded in Bratislava the CD with ballads of Fréderic Chopin and in South Korea in the Taegu city the representative CD of university as a soloist of the concert with the orchestra. In 2003 he recorded the CD with music of Slovak composer Miro Bázlik – 24 Preludes for the Piano. For this CD he was awarded with Slovak Music Fund for most meaningful interpretation activity and representation of Slovak music – the Price of Frico Kafenda.
Daniel Buranovský habilitated in 2002 and he is college lecturer at the Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava, where he is since 2003 the head of Department of Keyboard instruments. He teaches piano play and leads the seminar of interpretation.