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Mr Daniel Hill

BA (Hons) Cantab
Instruments: Violin
Genre/Style(s): Classical
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


Daniel began playing the violin at the age of 5 and the piano at age 8. He studied at the Junior Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Margaret Norris and Penelope Stirling, respectively, alongside his education at Tiffin School in London. Daniel was leader of the Tiffin Orchestra, and co-principal of the London School's Symphony Orchestra, going on several tours and working with distinguished soloists. In 2004 he gained an Instrumental Scholarship to Cambridge, where he read Music at Emmanuel College, graduating last year.

Whilst at Cambridge Daniel has played violin in the University Symphony and Chamber Orchestras, as well as giving many recitals as both a soloist and as a chamber musician with his IAS quartets. Highlights included performances in West Road Concert Hall, King's College Chapel, Trinity Chapel, and performing Schumann's Op. 41 No. 2 in the Instrumental Award Showcase Concert. Last year he lead the Opera Societies' orchestra in its production of Les Mamelles de Tiresiaes, and has guest lead many other orchestras in Cambridge. Daniel has also been President of the Emmanuel College Music Society, and the Cambridge University Chamber Orchestra, as well as being on the committee for the Opera Society.

At Cambridge Daniel has won the CUMS Conducting Competition two years running, working with both CUMS I and II. Highlights include conducting Beethoven's Symphony No. 7, Tchaikovsky's Piano Concerto No. 1 and Violin Concerto, rehearsals of Messiaen's Turangallila Symphony with Baldur Bronimman, and Borodin's Polovotsian Dances with the CUMS Chorus. He has also conducted the Emmanuel College Orchestra, the Cambridge Beethoven Players and various smaller ensembles. He has had masterclasses with Baldur Bronimman, Benjamin Zander and George Hirst. Daniel is continuing his study on the violin with Nicholas Miller.

Contact Daniel

Address: Cambridge

Phone: 07759 114226
Fee (30 minutes): £15.00
Fee (60 minutes): £20.00

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