Daniel Schlosberg

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Daniel Schlosberg, piano

The music of Brooklyn-based composer-pianist Daniel Schlosberg has been performed by the Dover Quartet, Minnesota Orchestra, Choir of Trinity Wall Street, Nashville Symphony, Cabrillo Festival Orchestra, and Lorelei Ensemble, at venues including Carnegie Hall, (le) poisson rouge, Royal Albert Hall, Beijing Modern Music Festival, and David Lynch’s Festival of Disruption, and has been featured in the New York Times and WNYC’s Soundcheck. Daniel has received the Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters and two ASCAP Morton Gould Awards. Recent projects include the release of A Demonstration on New Amsterdam Records, Canal Songs for the Albany Symphony’s Erie Canal bicentennial, and a fantasy on Twin Peaks for the Dover Quartet. As a performer, Daniel has collaborated with such luminaries as David Shifrin, Ani Kavafian, Yura Lee, and the Imani Winds. This spring, Daniel was the pianist for Steven Spielberg’s upcoming film West Side Story. Daniel is co-Music Director of Heartbeat Opera, for which his re-orchestrations of classic operas have garnered national acclaim, core member of Cantata Profana, and rotating principal pianist of NOVUS NY. Daniel’s work has been described as “richly detailed yet delicate” by the New York Times and “witty” and “ingenious” by the Wall Street Journal. Daniel received his DMA from Yale University in 2018. www.danschlosberg.com