Daniel Barrett is a baritone from Glasgow who is in his first year on the master’s course at the Royal College of Music and studies with Russell Smythe. Daniel is a Drapers’ de Turckheim Scholar and a Drake Calleja Trust Scholar, as well as an associate artist with the Josephine Baker Trust. He previously studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, winning and placing in multiple competitions and graduating with a First class honours degree. This year, Daniel won First Prize at the Royal College Music (RCM) Lieder Competition. He recently appeared as baritone soloist in Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem, performed by the RCM Symphony Orchestra and Chorus in the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, under the direction of Thomas Zehetmair.