Daniel Grimwood has been hailed by critics and audiences as an artist of rare versatility and refinement. His musical interest started as a three-year-old playing next door’s piano, and from the age of seven he was performing in front of audiences. His training continued with Graham Fitch at the Purcell School, where he also studied violin, viola and composition, and later with Vladimir Ovchinnikov and Peter Feuchtwanger. With a repertoire ranging from Elizabethan music to contemporary works, he performs on the most prestigious concert platforms, including the Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and the Purcell Room in London, Bridgewater Hall in Manchester, Symphony Hall Birmingham, the Rachmaninov and Gnessin Halls in Moscow, the Carnegie Hall in New York, as well as venues all over Europe and in Taiwan, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Lebanon and Oman. Although primarily a pianist, he is frequently to be found performing on harpsichord, organ or viola – or composing. A passionate exponent of the early piano, Grimwood has given a Chopin recital on the composer’s own Pleyel piano. His discs have received unanimous acclaim from the press, such as Daily Telegraph CD of the week and Editor’s Choice in Gramophone. Daniel Grimwood regularly performs on BBC Radio 3, and has been featured in BBC Four’s TV documentary series ‘Revolution and Romance’.