Daniel Yeadon is in much demand as a fine period cellist, gamba player and teacher. His repertoire ranges from the 17th to the 21st centuries. He is a part time member of the Australian Chamber Orchestra, also playing with Kammer, Elision, Romanza, and The Collective. He records regularly for ABC Classics, winning an ARIA award for his JS Bach Sonatas disc with Neal Peres Da Costa and Richard Tognetti. Daniel has appeared as a concerto soloist with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra. In Europe, Daniel was a member of the Fitzwilliam String Quartet and is currently guest principal cellist with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The English Baroque Soloists and Florilegium, the award-winning group he co-founded in 1990. He teaches at Sydney Conservatorium in the Early Music Unit, at MLC School Sydney, for AYO and ANAM chamber music programs, within Ironwood’s education programs and has taught at various universities and colleges in the UK and USA. Daniel read physics at Oxford University, holds a Postgraduate Diploma in early music from Royal College of Music London, and a PhD at The University of Sydney.