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Rachel Bertaut

Rachel Bertaut

Senior Artist Manager

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Tia Ling

Tia Ling

Assistant Artist Manager


Worldwide general management with Askonas Holt

About Daniel

Daniel Pioro is a soloist, collaborative artist, and advocate for new and experimental music. He actively promotes new music and is interested in finding new ways of listening to and creating sound, as well as developing strong collaborations with composers, artists, choreographers, dancers, and writers.

After making his debut at the BBC Proms in 2019, where his performance was described as “the most inventive and engaging” by The Daily Telegraph, Daniel continues to grow his international career.

The 2023/24 season sees Daniel become the Artistic Partner with Manchester Camerata and Featured Artist at the Aldeburgh Festival 2024, where he will perform several concerts, including the Britten Violin Concerto with the BBC Scottish Symphony, to be announced in December 2023. Daniel returns to Wigmore Hall for a spellbinding programme of Circular Music and the Divine and brings the Biber Rosary Sonatas with organist James McVinnie to Cambridge.

Daniel is based in Edinburgh, UK

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Season Highlights

Sep 2024
Wigmore Hall, London
Katherine Tinker (piano, chamber organ) Jonny Greenwood (ondes Martenot, tampura, electric guitar) David Lang: joy from mystery sonatas Kaija Saariaho: Calices Jonny Greenwood: Three Miniatures from Water David Lang: after joy from mystery sonatas Olivier Messiaen: Vocalise-étude Arvo Pärt: Fratres Daniel Pioro: Saint Boy Jonny Greenwood: Spencer/Phantom Thread suite (arr. Pioro) Cassandra Miller: Daylonging, Slacktide Olivier Messiaen: Louange à l’immortalité de Jésus from Quatuor pour la fin du temps
Jan 2025
Manchester Camerata
Vivaldi Four Seasons
Apr 2025
Manchester Camerata
Florentine Camerata




  • Britten Violin Concerto

    Snape Maltings, Suffolk
    Jun 2024
    • Pioro’s approach to the Britten Violin Concerto was one of magnetic intensity. Music whose soul-searching and questioning betrays all the anguish of its 25-year-old composer – a conscientious objector exiled from Britain and facing the likelihood of war in Europe – carried a fresh authenticity. In his performance, the sense of living-in-the-moment risk-taking was always implicit, Pioro connecting anew with the composer and with his audience.