Daniel Trumbull was born in 1991. His projects include radio broadcasts on RBB and SWR, solo recitals in London and Berlin, festival appearances, e.g. at the Händel Festspiele Halle and the Impuls Festival and recording the CD "Memento" for the lable The First Pulse.

He holds scholarships of the Jütting Stiftung Stendal and Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now, Berlin, e.V.; he won the first prize of Tage Alter Musik im Saarland and was official accompanist at master classes of Bruce Dickey, William Dongois, Enrico Gatti and Kati Debrezeni.

In 2012 Daniel Trumbull founded the "Junges Barockorchester Berlin", an orchestra that has given concerts to great critical acclaim, most recently in collaboration with Countertenor Jochen Kowalski.

2013 will see him conducting the world premiere of the Opera "La Figure de la Terre" by Miika Hyytiäinen and the production "Le Carnaval de Venise" by Andre Campra.

He works with choreographer Klaus Abromeit and currently is a member of the historical dance group "Ensemble Historischer Tanz", led by Jutta Voss. Together with choreographer Meritxell Campos Olive he created the pieces "Speculum" (2010) and Vertigo (2011).

Currently Daniel Trumbull is studying at the University of the Arts, Berlin with Mitzi Meyerson. .