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Daniel Fong

Adjunct Lecturer

Music

Qualification

Professional Diploma specialising in Lieder and Art Song
Royal Academy of Music, London, UK

Master of Arts, Vocal Performance
Royal Academy of Music, London, UK

Bachelors of Music, Vocal Performance
Royal Academy of Music, London, UK
            
Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music - Vocal Teaching Diploma
Royal Academy of Music, London, UK

Biography

Daniel is an active singer and voice teacher. A scholarship graduate of the Royal Academy of Music, London, Daniel has received both his Master’sand Bachelor’s degrees from the Academy. Daniel went on to further his studies with the Post-Graduate Professional Diploma in Song and Lieder. He is also a certified singing teacher under the Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music (LRAM).

Daniel was a voice lecturer at King's College, London (KCL), and is currently an adjunct lecturer at NUS - Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music (YSTCM).

Industry experience

As an active performer, Daniel has performed in notable places such as Colston Hall (Bristol), The Austrian Cultural Forum (London), The Holywell Music Room (Oxford), King’s Place (London), The Art’s House Singapore, the Esplanade Concert Hall and the Esplanade Recital Studio.

Daniel has understudied for Manuel Walser at the Oxford Lieder Festival and was the understudy for the Wigmore Hall/Royal Academy Song Recital. His recent performances include the Baritone Solo of Duruflé’s Requiem for the ‘Tapestry of Sacred Music’ festival 2017 at the Esplanade Concert Hall and a Recital of Shakespeare Songs for the ‘6th Singapore Lieder Festival’ at the Art’s House. Daniel is a member of the Royal Academy Song Circle and the Sing-Song Club Collective.

Daniel won the Marjorie Thomas Song Competition at the Royal Academy of Music. He was the runner-up at the Elena Gerhardt Lieder Prize andwas highly commended at the prestigious Mozart Singing Competition and the Major Van Someren-Godfrey English Song Prize.