Dan Moriyama is a pianist and keyboard player performing across musical genres, from soul/rock organ and European blues festival to classical piano at the Royal Albert Hall.
An accomplished classical pianist, he specialises in accompanying instrumentalists, singers, and choirs, including National Youth Choirs of Great Britain and London Youth Choir.
He plays Hammond organ with Tennessee blues singer, Earl Thomas; keyboards with pop artists including the late Donna Summer and members of Madness; plays and sings with New Orleans funk/soul band, The Coalminers.
He works in TV, theatre, and with dancers; is Musical Director for educational charity, Arts Insight; teaches piano and songwriting; plays bass guitar; writes, and produces.
Dan studied music at Wells Cathedral School, was a BBC Young Musician piano finalist at 15, and studied jazz and classical piano at the Guildhall School of Music, winning several awards.