Visiting Professor – Recorder
Dan Laurin is recognized as one of the leading recorder players of our times and one of the best interpreters of Vivaldi. He has toured extensively in Europe, USA, Japan, Australia, Korea and India. He has recorded more than 30 CDs as a soloist for BIS and has a repertoire that spans from medieval to contemporary music. Dan has performed and recorded with orchestras such as Berliner Philharmoniker, Drottningholm Baroque Ensemble, Bach Collegium Japan, The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in Stockholm, etc. He is professor at The Royal College of Music in Stockholm and at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance in London. He has received several prizes such as a Grammy, a prize of the Swedish composers association for his performance of contemporary music, the Litteris et Artibus from the king of Sweden and the 'Interpretation prize 2011' from the Swedish Royal Academy of Music, where is an elected member.