Daniel read Music at St Anne’s College, Oxford, winning a scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music

He graduated with the highest honours and an ‘Award for Excellence’, and was subsequently awarded a Junior Fellowship.

He has performed in many of the major London venues including the Wigmore, Cadogan, Queen Elizabeth, and Royal Festival Halls, the Purcell Room, the churches of St-Martin-in-the-Fields and St. James’, Piccadilly, the Bridgewater Hall, Manchester, and the Millennium Centre, Cardiff. Daniel is a member of the Randolph Piano Trio and has also performed with such internationally acclaimed artists as cellists Alexander Baillie, Leonid Gorokhov, and Tim Hugh, the tenor Daniel Norman, and violinist Hideko Udagawa. He performs regularly in venues across the UK as a Live Music Now! Fellowship Artist, and has also given recitals in Sweden, Norway, France, Italy and Austria.

Daniel has won numerous awards and prizes for his work with singers and instrumentalists, including major awards from the MBF and Craxton Memorial Fund. He was a finalist in the Beethoven Piano Society of Europe Duo Prize in 2006 and also recipient of the 2007 Royal Overseas League Parnell Award and JBR Trophy for accompanists. His recording of the Chamber Music of Imogen Holst with Courtlane Strings won 'Premier Award' in the BBC Music Magazine Awards 2010.