Professor Daniel Browell
Associate Head of Keyboard
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Engaging and Inspiring Teacher of the Year
Professor Daniel Browell enjoys a busy and varied performing career, having given recitals in the UK, Europe and North America since receiving acclaim in the national press for his London Southbank recital in the Purcell Room in 2006.
He gave his BBC Proms debut in 2008, as part of a composer portrait broadcast live on BBC Radio 3, and in 2009 he made his concerto debut at Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall.
In 2010 he returned to The Bridgewater Hall to give a solo recital as part of the Manchester Midday Concerts Society’s prestigious season.
Daniel particularly enjoys his collaborative projects with instrumentalists and singers; he has performed with YCAT winner Kathryn Rudge at the Wigmore Hall and on many occasions since, and he regularly works for the BBC Philharmonic.
Daniel’s recent highlights include a cycle of Beethoven’s piano concerti with the Birmingham-based Eroica Camerata, and concerto performances in the Netherlands and Scotland with the Universities of Scotland Symphony Orchestra.
His future plans include the release of a CD of contemporary British composers, featuring the piano studies of Philip Venables, which he premiered at the Purcell Room.