Daniel Howard, B-Mus (Hons), PGC (RAM), LRAM, LTCL, LGSM

Born in 1973, Daniel began his musical training at 14 as the youngest senior scholar at the London College of Music, studying the piano with Andrew Wilkinson. Daniel quickly gained his LGSM in piano performance.  At 19 he won a scholarship to study both piano and voice at the Royal Academy of Music (RAM) during which time he gained a first class honours degree in music from King’s College, London. Alongside this Daniel gained his LTCL in singing performance and his LRAM in teaching.  

 Following his graduation with an Advanced Diploma in vocal studies from the RAM in 1998, Daniel has used his skills in several different areas. He established a private teaching practice in London, teaching both piano and voice to children and young adults and also providing repertoire coaching for young professional singers.

Daniel is very experienced at teaching students of all levels, from beginner through to diploma. His pupils have achieved excellent results in ABRSM exams and Daniel is experienced at teaching both aural and sight reading.  Although he specialises in teaching classical piano and voice, Daniel also enjoys many different styles of music and is happy to work on the Musical Theatre repertoire now featured in many exam lists. Daniel has expanded his work to include adjudicating at Music Festivals and giving masterclasses where he enjoys helping performers  to achieve their potential.

As an accompanist and vocal coach, Daniel has worked with many singers including international soprano Emma Bell, with whom he won the Robert Sutcliffe Memorial Competition, Adrian Powter, Nicola Howard and Catriona Clark. From 2008 to 2011 Daniel accompanied soprano Rebecca Watson in a series of thirty charity concerts each year.

Alongside  his teaching work Daniel is a well-established baritone and has sung extensively in both opera and oratorio, working in many major theatres throughout Britain and Europe.

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