Violinist Daniel Rowland reflects on his career


Dutch–British violinist Daniel Rowland has had multiple strands to his career – among them soloist, concertmaster, festival director and quartet leader. He speaks with David Kettle about trusting himself to make meaningful connections and go with the flow

‘You might have noticed that I’m always talking.’ Daniel Rowland is hardly exaggerating; at least, judging by the intense hour or so we spend in conversation – during which he’s disarmingly open and forthcoming about his experiences and activities…

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