David Silkoff studied the piano with Lina Collins and won a Junior Exhibition to the Guildhall School of Music where he studied with Ieuan Roberts. He later became a full time student at the Royal College of Music where he studied under Kendal Taylor and Cyril Smith; during this time he won a Martin Scholarship for further Study. David also studied for two years at the Royal Academy of Music where he won the Lloyd Hartley Prize.
In 1975 he gave a very successful Wigmore Hall debut which was highly praised in the ‘Review of London Recitals’ mentioning his glowing technique as well as his sensitive playing. David Silkoff has performed as a soloist around Britain and abroad in recitals and concertos. He is highly sought after as an accompanist in duos and chamber music.