Daniel's Squall is performed at Stanford University by pianist Laura Dahl and tenor David Wilson.
Veteran musicians Roger Tapping (Juilliard Quartet), Natasha Brofsky (Peabody Trio), Laurie Smukler (Mendelssohn String Quartet), and Qing Jiang (Trio ING), will perform Daniel's Chinese folk arrangements throughout China.
Daniel's Intricate Machines for string quartet will receive its U.S. premiere, alongside works of other USC Composers.
Daniel's Squall will be premiered by tenor David Wilson and pianist Lisa Sylvester.
The Tsanevksi Quartet will premiere Daniel's new string quartet, commissioned by the Saarbrucken Music Festival in Germany.
American Contemporary Ballet features arrangements of ballet classics at the BLOC Theater in downtown Los Angeles.
Autumn Cascade will be premiered by the Curtis Brass Project in Philadelphia, PA.
Daniel's short dramatic setting Squall for tenor and piano will be performed as part of the bi-annual Writer-Composer-Singer project at USC
Stay tuned for more information about Chamber Music by the Bay's upcoming Season 5!
Daniel's piece Rising Moon will be conducted by Bright Sheng in a performance with the Hong Kong Philharmonic at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre.
Final Concert of season, including works by Crumb, Gubaidulina, Stucky, and Boulez.
The Indianapolis Symphony and Maestro Santtu-Matias Rouvali will perform Daniel's Cataclysm on a subscription concert alongside works by Kimmo Hakola and Carl Nielsen.
In this composer portrait concert, Daniel presents quartets and solo works at Art Share L.A.!
Works by USC composers, including Daniel's short tape piece I am Calm.
Work for solo harp by Daniel, and new works by USC composers!
The TSO Brass Quintet performs works by Daniel, Victor Ewald, and Jan Laudes.
Selections from Into the Jungle are premiered in a new arrangement for piano 4-hands at the "Evenings with Art and Music" series in Phoenix, AZ.
"The Milka Trio" is performed at Chateau de Fontainebleau by Diana Ligeti (cello), Marlene Dijskra (violin), and Ariela Bohrod (piano).
Works for string orchestra by Shostakovich, Pärt, and Temkin. Daniel conducts colleagues from the USC Thornton School of Music in this free concert at the Caruso Catholic Center.