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Daniel earned his recognition from a young age as the ‘Grand Prix’ winner at the Northfield festival for much and speech. As a young violinist raised in Britain, he completed his ABRSM grades within 2 and a half years of starting the violin, winning the ‘Ralph Basset’ award for achieving one of the highest scores in his exam. 

During his education, he went on to study at the Royal Academy of music Junior department with a full scholarship, before being awarded a full scholarship to continue his studies at the Purcell School of music, London. He finally went on to finish his education at the Royal College of Music, London. Daniel had the privilege of working with renowned professors and musicians such as Berent Korfker, Lutsia Ibragimova, Carmel Kabine, Uwe-Martin Haiberg and Alina Ibragimova.

Daniel’s teaching career began at the age of 16, teaching privately and has then continued to build his capability as a teacher. He has worked with many organisations such as: Tri-Borough Music Hub, Hackney City Academy, The Masters Music school, St Paul’s Cathedral school and Highbury Grove school, teaching in group, individual and ensemble settings. He believes that everyone deserves a musical education, which allows them to express themselves freely. Since working as a teacher for 10 years, his students have won prizes at ‘The North London Festival for Music and Dance’, ‘The Brighton Springboard Music Festival’, as well as the prestigious ‘Singapore Competition for Violin and Piano’. He is focused now on growing his class and looking always for future talents!

Orchestral and ensemble playing has been a big part of Daniel’s career, and he has played with orchestras such as: The London Philharmonic, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Sinfonia Cymru, Southbank Sinfonia, Orchestra of the swan, Chineke and many more. His career has taken him in concert halls all over the world including the royal albert hall, the Queen Elizabeth hall, The Purcell Room, Royal Festival Hall, The BOZAR (Brussels), Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw, Alt Oper in Frankfurt, Elphilharmonie Hamburg plus many more. He is also exploring music outside of classical music, having done UK tours with artists such as Tony Hadley, Pete Tong and the heritage orchestra, as well as performing in international music festivals such as: ‘In the wildes’ and Isle of Wright’ music festival. Daniel is currently trialing as a member of the 2nd violins at Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. 

Daniel is Kindly supported by the Maggini Stiftung in Switzerland and plays on a 1802 Collin Mezin made in Paris.

The power of Music

"Playing a musical instrument is the brain equivalent of a full-body workout. Unlike other brain-training activities like chess and sudoku, playing an instrument recruits almost every part of the brain, including regions that process vision, sound, movement, and memory."

written by Sujan Vijayraj Shadrak

Our mission

After graduating from the Royal College of Music, DanielJungMusic was started by Daniel Jung as a violin studio to deliver high level violin performances as well as teaching accessible across London. The fundamental idea is to have a great team of musicians to provide training and directing in all aspects of music- this might be training in aural skills, music theory, Sight-reading as well as individual music lesson in violin and piano. 

Our teachers and performers are from all parts of the worlds with experiences from different corners of the world. We want to pass on our skills not only as instrumentalists but also as teachers who want to promote the freedom for musical expression. Nothing is a mistake but always a stepping stone into change!

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