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Based in East London, Daniel enjoys a varied career in music, owing to his versatility as an equally passionate flautist and recorder player. Recent highlights have included performing in the Royal Opera House’s production of La bohème, recording under Sir Mark Elder as principal piccolo with The Hallé, and working as a recorder soloist with the BBC Concert Orchestra.


As an orchestral flautist, Daniel has played as regular guest principal piccolo and sub-principal flute with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House as well as The Hallé, London Chamber Orchestra and guest principal baroque flute with Armonico Consort. He is also guest principal recorder with the London Contemporary Orchestra with whom he recently recorded the soundtrack for ‘The Wonder’ starring Florence Pugh.

Equally at home with musical theatre, he was principal flute on the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory UK and Ireland Tour (2022-2024), and has also played on the UK Tours of The Lion King, Les Miserables and Wicked. 

Alongside live performance, Daniel has recorded music for Netflix, Apple TV and BBC TV, recently being featured in a CBeebies production of ‘As You Like it’ at the Globe Theatre in London. He can be seen and heard as a flautist in Ridley Scott’s ‘Napoleon’, released in 2023.

Daniel studied flute, recorder and baroque flute at the Royal Academy of Music, graduating with first class honours in 2021. Whilst a student, he won both the Nancy Nuttall Early Music Prize and Jonathan Myall Piccolo Prize. Now a dedicated teacher himself, he is currently teaching at the Junior Royal Academy of Music, City of London School for Girls and Wellington College, Berkshire.

He is grateful for the support received from the Walter Bergmann Fund and Felicity Belfield Trust. 

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