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Daniel Bickerton 1985

Born in Wales, Daniel Bickerton is a composer and educator, currently a music lecturer at Cardiff University. He was appointed specialist diploma examiner for Trinity College London in 2015. As a composer, Daniel’s eclectic music has been performed nationally at the Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall, St David’s Hall and the Purcell Room, as well as internationally in the USA and at various European Music Festivals, including the Montreux Jazz Festival and ‘Druskomanija’. His music has been described as ‘soulful’ and ‘full of skittish cascades’ in The Times. Eminent conductor Paul McClure has written 'the fingerprint of Bickerton’s style is effective and driving ostinati; the flexibility of metre is authoritative and compelling'. Passionate about music education, creative leadership and collaboration, Daniel is highly sought after as a composition workshop leader for young musicians, having worked for organisations such as Orchestras for All, Cerdd Gwent Music and RPO Resound.


Ar hyn of bryd mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

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