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Daniel Roberts


London www.danielrobertsmusic.com

Member since June 04, 2013

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Daniel completed his B.A. Music degree at Leeds College of music in 2009 studying with critically acclaimed Pianist Helen Reid. During his study in Leeds Daniel also travelled to London for lessons with Peter Feuchtwanger, and found great inspiration from these lessons. Daniel regularly performs music composed by Professor Feuchtwanger. Since graduating Daniel has performed as soloist and Chamber musician around Europe including concerts at the Egersund youth chamber music festival in Norway, and the Podium festival in Esslingen Germany. In August 2010 Daniel performed with the Aire ensemble in the Edinburgh fringe festival at St Marks art space, performing music for Piano, Clarinet, and Horn by Brahms, Dvorak, and rarely played Trio by Gustav Jenner. Daniel is the accompanist for Billericay chorale society, starting in January 2011, and regularly accompanies instrumentalist’s and singers for exams and concerts In September 2011 Daniel performed Beethoven’s piano concerto no. 1 with Rayleigh Chamber orchestra, and in May 2012 gave a performance of Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a theme by Paganini with the Eastwood ensemble symphony orchestra. In September 2012 Daniel formed a new collaboration with acclaimed violinist Hannah Woolmer. Recent performances have included solo recitals at St Olaves church Tower Hill, and in Bushey house Teddington, Surrey, for the National Physics Laboratory music society. As well Daniel has performed with Duo partner Hannah Woolmer at London’s Foundling museum, Southwark Cathedral, and The Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff. Future concerts include a solo recital at St James Piccadilly London, a performance of Beethoven’s Choral fantasy, and chamber music recitals with Hannah. In April 2013, Daniel released his first CD of Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a theme of Paganini, and is now available on I-Tunes, CD Baby, and at Daniel’s concerts. Since moving to London, Daniel has continued to study privately with Peter Feuchtwanger, practicing his exercises and approach to playing.

Favorite Piece of Music:
Rachmaninov 2nd Piano Concerto opus 18

Peter Feuchtwanger