Daniel Tam, oboist, began studying the oboe with Danny Ka-Kei Yau in Hong Kong. He then obtained his Bachelor of Arts in Music at the University of East Anglia. After that Daniel received his Master of Performance at the Royal College of Music, London studying with John Anderson, Gareth Hulse and Richard Hewitt. While studying at the RCM, Daniel won the Evelyn Rothwell Oboe Prize in the Senior Woodwind competition. He had also performed in masterclass with Stefan Schilli and Jacques Tys.
As a keen orchestral musician, Daniel had performed under the baton of renowned conductors such as Sir Colin Davis and Jiří Bělohlávek. As a soloist, he had given recitals at the Assembly House in Norwich and played the Haydn Concerto with the University of East Anglia Symphony Orchestra at the St Andrews Hall in Norwich. Daniel is also the founder of his Wind Trio 'Tropical Winds' which combined oboe, clarinet and bassoon while studying in London.
After returning Hong Kong, Daniel has regularily been invited to play with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.