Dan Phelps is an award-winning composer and pianist based in Tonteg in Rhondda Cynon Taff. Dan has a Post Graduate Diploma in Composition from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama Cardiff as well as a BA (Hons) Degree in Music from Bath Spa University College Bath.
Dan's albums Pathways (2017) Shadows (2013) Serenity (2013) and Reflections (2010) have given him the freedom and ability to produce and release his music on his own label Phelps Music. ?Minimum vs. Maximum? from his album Pathways has been played on BBC Radio Wales and BBC Radio 6 Music?s Mix Tape and was described by Tom Robinson the show's presenter as one of the most ambitious and daring pieces that had ever been played on the show. Clockwork Hiatus from his album Shadows has also been played on BBC Radio Wales and described as expansive and beautiful by the show?s presenter Adam Walton. His albums have also been described as a pleasurable listening experience by BBC Radio 3's Rob Cowan Utterly Beautiful by Big Issue Cymru and his album Reflections has been described as A striking solo piano debut by The Musician (The magazine of the Musicians' Union).
Performance highlights include The Edinburgh Festival Fringe St David's Hall as part of the Welsh proms The Swansea Fringe Festival and the Wales Millennium Centre.
Full bio at: www.dan-phelps.co.uk