University and Yale
School of Music and went on to a successful career as a chamber and
orchestral musician, both in live performances and recordings.
Groups with whom
she has worked include the American Ballet Theater, the Bronx Arts
Ensemble, the Bronx Chamber Orchestra, the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra
and Opera, Classic Touch, the Cummings Ensemble, the Grant Park Symphony, the
Herrick Trio, the Leonia Chamber Musicians Society, the Little Orchestra
Society, the New York Cello Society, the New York Pops, and the Westfield
October 1980 through 11th January 1981, she was in the orchestra
bit for a Broadway production of Tintypes.
Chamber Orchestra and New York Latvian Concert Choir gave the world
premieres of Ziemas Svetku Kantate by Pauls Dambis and “Ziemsvetki Jaunaja Pasaule” by Ugis Praulins in Yonkers, New
York, on 11th December 2004.
April 2008, the New York Cello Society performed an in memoriam concert for
Esther Prince at the Kosciuszko Foundation in New York, New York. Their program comprised “Bachianas Brasilieras No. 5”
by Heitor Villa-Lobos, “Nigun”
by Ernst Bloch, “Nocturne in C sharp minor” by Frederic Chopin
and “The Song of the Birds” by Pablo Casals.
Chamber Musicians appeared at All Saints Episcopal Church in Leonia, New
Jersey, on 12th February 2012. The “Evening of Romantic Music”
included a trio by Francis Poulenc and the “Trout Quintet” of
Daryl has been
heard on the radio programs, All
Things Considered, Around the
Town, and Prairie Home Companion.
discography includes: the
original cast recordings of Catch Me
if I Fall, Hello Again and Sweeney Todd; Gay American Composers; Insertions,
Photo-Op and Tonkin by Conrad Cummings with the Cummings Ensemble; George Quincy: Pocahontas at the Court of King
James/Choctaw Diaries with the Bronx Arts Ensemble; Sundry Notes by Joshua Rosenblum; and, Vuci Siculani by Marc-Antoni Consoli.
In the field
of music education, she has taught at the Ben
the Chautauqua Institution, Far Brook School,
the Ridgewood Community School,
and given private lessons in Leonia,