Each one of Daniel’s solo concert programmes is specifically tailor-made, taking into account fully the nature of the promotion, audience expectations and the organ itself. Daniel chooses his programme from a wide repertoire stretching from mediaeval dances to avant garde works. He believes passionately in promoting the organ as a vehicle for quality, mainstream classical repertoire, as well as exploring more alternative repertoire on certain, appropriate occasions.
Daniel’s concert work takes him to many venues throughout the UK and Europe, as well as recent and upcoming work in Australia, Singapore and New Zealand.
Below are just a few examples of concert programmes which have proved popular with audiences in recent festivals and series:
Toccata!: Popular Programme (e.g. for Oundle Student Concert)
J.S Bach Toccata & Fuga in d-moll (BWV 565)
Frescobaldi Toccata Avanti la Messa della Domenica
Buxtehude Toccata in F-dur (BuxWV 156)
Frescobaldi Toccata per l'Elevatione
Langlais Thème et Variations (from 'Hommage à Frescobaldi')
Dupré Prélude & Fugue en si majeur (Op 7, No 1)
Messiaen Dieu parmi nous (from La Nativité du Seigneur)
Town Hall Lunchtime Programme: Arrangements (e.g. Huddersfield Town Hall, revised for Oxford Town Hall and elsewhere)
Handel arr Burrows La Marche
Vivaldi arr J.S. Bach Concerto in d-Moll (BWV 596)
J.S. Bach arr Fox Arioso
Mozart arr Guillou Adagio und Fuge in c-Moll (KV546)
Saint-Saëns arr Lemare Danse Macabre
Elgar arr Martin Imperial March
German Romantics Programme (e.g. Cambridge, Our Lady’s Church and revised for Westminster Cathedral)
Mendelssohn Praeludium & Fuga in G
Schumann Fuga V über das Name 'B.A.C.H.'
Liszt Fantasie und Fuge über den Choral ' Ad nos, ad salutarem undam'
Victorian Plus Programme (e.g. Arundel Cathedral reopening series, revised for All Saint’s, Manchester)
Elgar Imperial March (op. 32) (arr. G.C Martin)
J.S Bach Trio (BWV 1027a)
Mendelssohn Sonata I (op. 65, no.1)
Saint-Saëns Prélude et Fugue en si (op.99, no.2)
Liszt Am Grabe Richard Wagner's
Widor Allegro vivace from Symphonie V
Neo-classical Instrument Programme (eg. Limpsfield Church, revised for elsewhere)
attrib. Sweelinck Ballo del Granduca
Sweelinck Fantasia auf die manier eines Echo
J.S. Bach Sonata VI (BWV 530)
Attrib. J.S. Bach Kleines Harmonisches Labyrinth (BWV 591)
J.S. Bach Praeludium & Fuga in D-dur (BWV 532)
Hindemith Sonata I
D Koomans Basso Ostinato
Organ Duets with Matthew Owens
A choice of three duet programmes with acclaimed English organist Matthew Owens (Organist and Master of the Choristers, Wells Cathedral): contemporary, accessible repertoire including works by Leighton, Hakim, Skempton and others, or duets from Byrd to Merkel via S Wesley and others, or an eclectic mixed programme from c1580 to the present day.
Daniel has accompanied a wide variety of choirs and orchestras, both professional and amateur.
These have included the Basel Kammer Orchester, the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, the English String Orchestra, Warwickshire Symphony Orchestra, the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir, the professional choirs of various London churches and many choral societies and amateur choirs.
He has accompanied major Cathedral events and services across the UK both as a resident and visiting organist and appears regularly as an organist on BBC TV and Radio productions.
Please note that Daniel offers only organ and not piano accompaniment.