Angharad (piano) and Daniel (guitar) perform their own spellbinding compositions alongside a selection of famous classical pieces.
Dan Sandman studied for his BA in English at Oxford Brookes University and his MA in English at the Open University. He hosts an open mic at Belsize Park Community Library and is a qualified guitar teacher. He has lived in Primrose Hill for most of his life, regularly goes for walks across Regent’s Park, and has released ten musical albums. Dan’s poetic sensitivity and sheer enthusiasm for life translates into his instrumental guitar music.
Angharad Andersen-Bloomfield is a classical pianist, soprano and flautist and has performed in festivals and concerts around the U.K for 10 years. After winning many awards, including a music scholarship from Cheltenham Ladies’ College, as well as a BA in Fine Art, Angharad’s passion has stretched further to composing orchestral works for film and a series of orchestral tone poems for piano, inspired by great composers such as Phillip Glass and Eric Satie. Angharad’s style is emotively powerful and full of vibrancy, one that tells a heartfelt story.
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