Daniel Tong’s musical life is spent performing as soloist and chamber musician, as well as directing two chamber music festivals and teaching. Outside the UK he has performed in Sweden, France, Belgium and Portugal. Daniel has appeared at many of the foremost British venues and festivals – Wigmore Hall, South Bank Centre, St George’s Bristol, Birmingham Town Hall as well as the Cheltenham, Aldeburgh and Edinburgh Festivals. He is frequently heard on BBC Radio and has broadcast throughout Europe. The recordings by his London Bridge Ensemble have been praised and recommended in the press. The ensemble has performed at the Wigmore Hall, appeared at Kings Place and Goldsmith’s Hall in London. The group also present an annual festival: The Winchester Chamber Music Festival. Daniel’s project, ‘unravelled’ in collaboration with musicologist Richard Wigmore, saw a series of lecture-recital weekends on Beethoven and Schubert piano sonatas. In 2012 he was invited to curate a festival of Elgar’s music at Kings Place in London. Each year Daniel plays with an array of wonderful artists, often at his own chamber music festival in the Wye Valley.
Daniel studied piano with Irina Zaritskaya at the Royal College of Music and with Paul Roberts at the Guildhall in London.