Daniel Kaan
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Daniel is a keen concert goer, and especially loves opera, early and contemporary music. Although he works in IT as a systems developer, he has worked as a high school music teacher and performed in many operas. He studied music at Sydney Uni, has an AMusA and LTCL in voice (tenor) and a Master of Cognitive Science specialising in the musical functioning of the brain. He is currently studying pipe organ.

Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra play with musicality, enthusiasm and warmth

I am so impressed with a community orchestra doing work of this quality. I have suddenly become a fan of the Ku-ring-gai Phil. Make the effort and go to their next show.

 
The Sydney Consort’s ‘Irish Baroque’ interspersed Irish folk songs with concertos and sonatas

Well programmed thoroughly enjoyable concert, interspersing Irish folk songs with concertos & sonatas. I’ll be attending whenever possible in future.

 
Alain Franco: JS Bach, The Well-Tempered Clavier

I have never actually sat and listened to the 48 from beginning to end. So this was definitely an experience to remember and I am glad I went.

 
Oliver Brett: Organ recital at St Mary’s Cathedral

Messiaen’s “La Nativité du Seigneur” is rarely heard. So this free recital at St Mary’s Cathedral in Sydney on the 14th of December was a treat.

 
Inessa Galante at Sydney’s City Recital Hall

One of those concerts that will stay with me for the rest of my life. This standing ovation was well deserved. I was up with the best of them.

 
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