"...dazzlingly good chamber ensemble…
exuberantly expressive, intimate style…
gorgeously idiomatic playing’
The Times
Daniel Pioro
leader, violin

Daniel Pioro is rapidly gaining recognition as one of the
most innovative young violinists of his generation.
Known as soloist and chamber musician he is the leader of
the Fibonacci Sequence, and is a member of the collective of musicians, CHROMA. He actively promotes new music, in particular championing the works of Gerald Barry, whose Triorchic Blues he plays regularly in concert. Recent concerto appearances include both Colin Matthews? and Thomas Ad?s?
Violin Concertos with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. Plans
include The Lark Ascending with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales at the Cheltenham Festival, a Wigmore Hall debut recital, a new concerto written for him by Tom Coult to be premiered with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, and an album of music for solo violin and electronics for the Bedroom
Community label. Daniel Pioro plays on a violin by Christoph G?tting.

Can be heard in:
Ipswich Chamber Music Society
Saturday 25 Jan 2020

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