click for larger images

Daniel Hyunwoo - Piano

Biography

Daniel Hyunwoo is quickly establishing himself as one of the most exciting pianists and musicians of his generation. Having been offered generous scholarships to study at both the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under Joan Havill and the Royal College of music under Norma Fisher, Daniel has since gone on to establish himself as one the UK’s most promising emerging artists.

Daniel has won prizes in international Piano Competitions in the USA, Europe and Asia including: 1st prizes at the Nice, Oxford, Allegro Vivo, and Campillos International piano Competitions, 2nd and 3rd prizes at the Scriabin, Norah Sande and Sheepdrove International Piano Competitions, and he was the recipient of both the Kerr Memorial Award and the Euregio Piano Award in Germany. He has performed recitals and collaborations at venues in London including the Wigmore Hall, Cadogan Hall and Milton Court and has performed concertos, recitals and chamber music around the world in countries such as Norway, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Israel, China, Korea and the USA.

Daniel continues to take on mentors for his musical development and has worked extensively with three great American musicians; Richard Goode, Robert Levin and Benjamin Zander on a wide range of repertoire as he develops his career. Daniel continues to display his wide range of musical abilities in the fields of composing, conducting and in classical and jazz improvisation; having his string quartet performed on BBC Radio 3 live from the proms, improvising stylistic cadenzas in performances of Mozart Concerti and collaborating in concert with Sholmi Goldberg on standards such as ‘Summertime’ and ‘it ain’t necessarily so.’

Daniel continues to be generously supported by Talent Unlimited for his engagements in the City of London.

To read the interview:

update April 2022