With a repertoire ranging from Elizabethan Virginal music to composers of the modern day, Daniel Grimwood is internationally renowned for his versatility and exceptional talent. His musical interest started as a three-year-old playing the neighbour’s piano and from the age of seven he was performing in front of audiences. He was taught by Graham Fitch, Vladimir Ovchinnikov and Peter Feuchtwanger. His career has taken him across the globe, performing in many of the world’s most prestigious venues and at major festivals. Although primarily a pianist, he is frequently to be found performing on the harpsichord, organ, viola, or composing at his desk. His discs of Liszt and Chopin, performed on an 1851 Erard piano, received a unanimous chorus of praise from the press: the Liszt album was Daily Telegraph CD of the week and Editor’s Choice in Gramophone magazine. He is the first artist to record on the new Edition Peters Sounds label, whose recently released complete Fauré Nocturnes had an excellent reception in The Sunday Times.