Daniel Webb is an avid pianist, teacher, student, and lover of music. Originally from Lawrenceville, Daniel has been playing piano for nearly two decades. In high school, he would spend most of his free time practicing and competing in national piano competitions. Daniel received 10 perfect scores for 10 different years of competition in the National Piano Guild. Most notably, finishing 3rd at Federation in 2018 for performance of Debussy's "Clair de Lune." Daniel Webb also made the finals in the classical piano category of the 2018 Bob Jones Fine Arts Festival playing Ravel's "Oiseaux Tristes."
While Daniel specializes in Classical Piano, Modern Classical and Hymn Performance, he enjoys teaching students of all ages, backgrounds, and interests. He strives to take a more personable approach to teaching, to enable each of his students to thrive and develop a healthy relationship, interest, and passion for the piano. Daniel enjoys pressing into the creativity of his students to develop natural growth in theory and technique, all while establishing a sense of artistic expression and identity in music each and every week.