Daniel Moult - organ soloist
Born in Manchester, Daniel Moult attended Manchester Grammar School and St John’s College, Oxford, where he was organ scholar. While at Oxford he became a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists winning three of the top prizes, and was jointly awarded the University of Oxford’s John Betts Organ Scholarship. He studied as a post-graduate at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, under Jacques van Oortmerssen.
Daniel Moult was organist and assistant director of music at Coventry Cathedral from 1995 to 2002. He has performed concerts throughout the UK, as well as in Europe and theFar East, and has been a soloist with orchestras such as Kammerorchester Basel, the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Capella Cracoviensis and the English String Orchestra. He works frequently as an accompanist for choirs such as the RSCM Millennium Youth Choir and the choir of St Peter's Church, Eaton Square. In 2010 he toured Switzerland and France with the Kammerorchester Basel as the soloist in Handel’s F Major Organ Concerto, Opus 4. In June 2014 he was the artist in residence at Sydney Grammar School, performing Poulenc's organ concerto, and he will return to Australia in 2016.
He is a trustee of the Royal College of Organists, for which he examines, and he teaches at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, Birmingham Conservatoire, the RCO Organ School, London and Wells Cathedral School. He has published several editions, including the Easy Bach Album with Bärenreiter and the Complete Church Organist, volumes 1 and 2, with RSCM Publications. His articles on performance practice and performance-related topics have appeared in various music journals.
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