Daniel Trumbull’s passion is to create concert projects that combine music with other art forms and lead people to a new appreciation of both. He was awarded a scholarship of Concerto 21 to support this novel approach to musical storytelling and has since performed solo recitals at Radialsystem V in Berlin, Handelhouse London, at Köthener Bachfesttage and other german festivals. As harpsichordist of "Red Bull Flying Bach“, a combination of Break Dance and Bach’s Wohltemperiertes Clavier, he has performed in the USA, Kanada, Australia, and in major concert halls around Europe. A member of renowned german baroque orchestra Lauttencompagney Berlin, he frequently appears in concerts around the country. His ensemble Tr!Jo has recently been awarded prizes at Biagio Marini Competition and Berliner Bachwettbewerb and in 2019 he won first prize at Concorso Maurizio Pratola with his Duo Marc&Daniel. Apart from playing thouroughbass, Daniel has frequently had the chance to direct, e.g. a world premiere of the opera Figure de la Terre by Miika Hyytiäinen, Le Carnaval de Venise by André Campra, or the theatre production Dolcissima Speranza with music by Schütz and Monteverdi. He was also musical director of the production Odysseus for children by Lautten Compagney and Taschenoper Lübeck, and regularly works as musical assistant for opera productions at Händelfestspiele Halle. In 2015 Daniel won 1st prize at the Broadwood Horniman Harpsichord Competition in London. Daniel Trumbull studied harpsichord with Prof. Mitzi Meyerson in Berlin and is currently enrolled at the CNSMD de Lyon in the class of Jean-Marc Aymes. .