Daniel has both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Music Performance from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. His passion for playing the piano developed at an early age, when he started Suzuki training with his teacher Hugh Stimpson and Jazz piano with Simon Brown. During his time at music college he studied with internationally acclaimed musicians and twice reached the national finals of the EPTA piano competition. During his Master's studies Daniel also began teaching piano privately and with the Junior Conservatoire at RWCMD.
Daniel's years of passion for teaching in SW London resulted in him setting up a school of music - Cadenza Music Tuition. He has developed an interest in cross-disciplinary repertoire, which has allowed him to grow as a talented performer, become a successful teacher and authoring the Missing Bars book series. Daniel's role in Cadenza Music is formed of numerous aspects. He offers support, guidance and mentorship to the Associate Tutors, organises events/workshops, manages the day to day running, composes, performs and teaches a full list of his own pupils from his dedicated teaching studio at home in Cardiff. Daniel's primary driving passion is to give a platform to pupils of all backgrounds, abilities and ages to learn, explore and be inspired by the piano.
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