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        This page is about the Brooklyn-based composer and pianist.
        For the Chicago-based pianist, see Daniel Schlosberg (disambiguation).

The music of composer and pianist Daniel Schlosberg has been performed by the the Dover Quartet, Minnesota Orchestra, Nashville Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra, Cabrillo Festival Orchestra, Lorelei Ensemble, Amphion Quartet, Aspen Contemporary Ensemble, and Antico Moderno, at venues including Carnegie Hall, National Sawdust, (le) poisson rouge, Royal Albert Hall, Detroit Institute of Arts, Williamstown Theatre Festival, and the Beijing Modern Music Festival. Daniel received a 2014 Charles Ives Scholarship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters as well as two ASCAP Morton Gould Young Composer Awards. His music has been featured in The New York Times and on WNYC’s Soundcheck. Recent projects include a 30-minute work for the Albany Symphony’s Water Music NY project commemorating the bicentennial of the Erie Canal, a fantasy on the music of Twin Peaks for the Dover Quartet, an operatic-theatrical adaptation of Federico García Lorca’s Once Five Years Pass for Williamstown Theatre Festival, and works for Chamber Music Northwest, BodyVox, the CULTIVATE program at the Aaron Copland House, and the Yale Symphony Orchestra’s 50th Anniversary. Daniel continues to perform around the world, appearing regularly with Chamber Music Northwest and NOVUS NY and collaborating with such luminaries as David Shifrin, Peter Wiley, Ani Kavafian, and the Imani Winds. He co-founded the composer-performer ensemble Invisible Anatomy, serves as co-Music-Director of Heartbeat Opera, and is a core member of the chamber ensemble Cantata Profana. He holds a BA from Yale College, MM, MMA, and DMA from the Yale School of Music. He enjoys baking cookies, and his work has been described as “richly detailed yet delicate” by The New York Times and “witty” and “ingenious” by The Wall Street Journal.