Daniel Llewellyn Roberts (b.1987) studied with Nigel Murray and Jan Repko.
He is a graduate of the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, holds Masters
degrees from the Royal College of Music, London (as a Yehudi Menuhin Scholar),
and the Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien, Hannover, and has twice been
a Leverhulme Chamber Music Fellow at the Royal Academy of Music, London.
As a soloist, Daniel has appeared in Hong Kong City Hall, the Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh, the Hindemith Cabinet, Frankfurt, and the Sudler Recital Hall, Yale University.
He was the recipient of the 2009 Musicians Benevolent Fund ‘Emily English’ Award
for ‘most outstanding violinist’, and the 2010 Philharmonia Orchestra MMSF ‘John E. Mortimer’ prize.
Alongside his role as violinist with the Castalian String Quartet, he performs internationally as a chamber musician and has collaborated with musicians such as Steven Isserlis, Levon Chilingirian and the Primrose Piano Quartet.
Daniel is in demand as both a violin and chamber music teacher, holding positions at Birmingham Conservatoire and St. Paul’s Girls’ School, London, and giving masterclasses at St. Mary’s Music School, Edinburgh, and in various music schools and conservatoires in China.
He is a Yeoman of the Worshipful Company of Musicians and is extremely grateful to them for the loan of a fine violin by Joseph Guarneri filius Andrea of 1705.