Dan's wide ranging ability as a performer makes him perfect for both intimate gatherings through to large scale corporate events. Leading a number of bands as singer-pianist, but also as a bassist, Dan plays with an invigorating style and with such stage presence, that he finds himself getting booked time and time again. Whether it is Pop, Soul or Jazz, Dan’s experience and versatility puts him at ease with any genre. In recent years Dan has held a residency at the Tick Tack Club, commanding a nightly 1920’s sing-a-long for 100+ guests which was greeted with rave reviews.


As a soloist, he has sung in the Royal Festival Hall, Westminster Abbey, Wembley Arena and The O2, including performances for George Martin, The Pope and Nelson Mandela. He has shared the stage with such legends as Stevie Wonder and Herbie Hancock and Dan now frequently plays at London venues, including The Ned, Soho House, The Corinthia Hotel, 606 club and Ronnie Scott’s.

Formerly the Musical Director of National Youth Music Theatre, Dan went on to set up his own youth music theatre company in Manchester, ‘The Company’, where he gained a string of 5* reviews. In more recent years he has enjoyed working on productions at Westminster School.

Dan also flourishes when directing choirs. He has taught and worked with choirs across the country and even with a South African Choir in Kwazulu Natal. Utilising his song-writing abilities he has also worked on community based projects with the Battersea Power Station Community Choir and The Kew Gardens Community Choir.