- Levels Taught:
- Beginner, Intermediate
Individual curriculum is determined by an evaluation of the student's experience, ability and goals. Students are encouraged to discover their potential through consistent training, listening to concerts & recordings
- Teaches students:
- and Ages 5+
- Teaching since:
- September 2005
Percussionist Daniel is a bustling performer who's work can be seen frequently in New York City and the surrounding areas. He has presented performances at the 48th International Summer Course at Darmstadt, Germany, the Green Umbrella Concert Series held at Walt Disney Hall in Los Angeles.
Daniel is pursuing a Doctorate in Contemporary Music Performance at Stony Brook University, under the tutelage of Eduardo Leandro and is a member of the Contemporary Chamber Players.
*** Studio Equipment ***
Malletech 5.0 Octave Marimba, Yamaha Vibraphone, Pearl Philharmonic concert Snare Drum, Gretch Catalina Drumset, Steinway Grand Piano. Drum, Djembe. Macbook Pro with Logic pro 10 recording software in order to record lessons.
*** Specialties ***
I specialize in concert percussion performance, but I also frequently perform a wide variety of drum set styles.
Curated portion of the performance season.
Frequently performed both premier works as well as other major repertoire.
Prepared rehearsal schedules.
Procured repertoire for performances.
Coordinated music procurement for concerts
Coordinated personnel for concerts.
Lectured on weekly topics such as post-modernism and the various sub-genres associated with it as well as topics regarding percussion in various performing genres.
Prepared lecture material for weekly classes .
Developed question based homework assignments regarding lectures.
Tutored students during weekly office hours .
Graded weekly writing assignments.
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Seth is really enjoying his lessons. You're a great instructor. Sorry we missed last Friday's lesson.