The Englisdh baritone, Daniel Jordan, began his musical training first as a chorister at Portsmouth Cathedral, and later at Wells Cathedral School. In 1994 he was awarded a Choral Scholarship to St. John's College Cambridge, reading for a degree in Music..During four years in the choir he toured extensively all over the world singing in Europe, Canada, USA, South Africa, Australia and Japan. He sang on numerous CD recordings and was Musical Director of the Gentlemen of St. John's for two years. On leaving Cambridge he won a scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music to study on the Post-Graduate Performance Course. In 2001 he graduated with distinction from the Opera Course, having been supported by the R.A.M and a Star Award from the Countess of Munster Trust.
Daniel Jordan is a member of the Choir of St. Bride's Fleet Street and has sung as a soloist with The English Concert, the Monteverdi Choir and Florilegium and as a member of Pro Cantione Antiqua, the Clerk's Group and The King’s Consort.
On the operatic stage Daniel Jordan has performed as a principal with The Opera Group, Opera North, ENO, Scottish Opera, English Touring Opera, the Festival d'Aix en Provence and Grange Park Opera.
Daniel Jordan is currently Assistant Director of Music at Thomas's Battersea, and when not singing as a soloist with them, acts as accompanist for Thomas's Choral Society.