Daniel Collins - Choirs and Ensembles
The Sixteen: UK and Worldwide tours.
Tenebrae Choir: UK performances and USA tour
Gabrieli Consort and Players: UK and European Concerts
The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment: UK and European Concerts
Chapelle du Roi (Director - Alistair Dixon)
The Hanover Band (Soloist)
La Grande Chapelle
Church of All Saints, Margaret Street.
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Daniel has appeared on many of The Sixteen's recordings.
The Sixteen: James MacMillan: Stabat Mater
The Sixteen: Palestrina 4
The Sixteen: Purcell: Royal Welcome Songs for King Charles II Vol. II
LSO Tenebrae: Faure Requiem
Paul Mealor Tenebrae: A Tender Light
Gabrieli: War Requiem
Gabrieli: Venetian Coronation
Church of All Saints, Margaret Street: The Church Music of Dr. Harry Bramma
Church of All Saints, Margaret Street: Carols from All Saints
Musica Beata: Songs of Springtime
Arcangelo: Mass in B minor
The Hobbitt: Soundtrack.
Daniel Collins - The
Daniel has been a full member of the world renowned choir The Sixteen since 2014. The Sixteen is recognised as one of the world’s greatest ensembles. The Sixteen’s total commitment to the music it performs is its greatest distinction. Conductor and founder Harry Christophers has taken the choir to worldwide success. Daniel won the prestigious in 2018 Royal Philharmonic Society Ensemble award with The Sixteen. Daniel was one of the soloists featured in the music played on BBC Radio 3 after the event. The Sixteen were the first to sing on Facebook live stream from the Sistine Chapel 22/4/2018 Daniel recently performed as a soloist in a series of Purcell’s "Welcome Songs" and "Odes" at the Wigmore Hall, Sir James MacMillan’s "Stabat Mater" at the Barbican and on tour, Buxtehude’s "Membra Jesu Nostri" and Bach's "Magnificat in D", alongside a busy schedule of the Choral Pilgrimage, tours and recordings. Most recently he was the alto soloist for The Sixteen's performances of Vivaldi's "Gloria".
Daniel Collins - All
Saints, Margaret Street|
For many years Daniel has sung professionally at All Saints, Margaret Street. London on Sundays and Holy Days. The present-day choir maintains the exacting standards of its predecessors, and is now led by the Acting Director of Music Jeremiah Stephenson. All Saints has an important link to Rachmaninov: Vale arranged Rachmaninov's Mass with English words, which the composer came to hear twice, in 1915 and 1923, declaring himself pleased with the result. It is still sung on Palm Sunday.