has performed with Cuartetango, the Embers, the
New York Pops, and the Young People’s Chorus of New York City.
October 1995 through 28th January 1996, he was in the orchestra
pit for a Broadway revival of Hello,
similar duties for a production of State
Fair that ran from 27th March 1996 through 30th June
November 1997 through 2nd January 2000, he played cello for the
original musical comedy, The Scarlet
He was part of
the orchestra that accompanied Simavi Uluc at Merkin Concert Hall
on 28th March 1999.
December 2002 through 25th January 2003, he offered up music
with some bite for Dance of the
As if that
weren’t skeery enough, he proved to be a
wiz on cello for a long run of Wicked,
which opened on 30th October 2003, and just kept going.
November 2008 through 4th January 2009, he got into the spirit
with a holiday production of Irving
Berlin’s White Christmas.
He re-gifted his cello acumen for the same show when it was reprised
from 22nd November 2009 through 3rd January 2010.
credits include Once Upon a Mattress,
starring Sarah Jessica Parker.
July 2012, Leonardo Suarez Paz’s Cuartetango
Music & Dance Company performed in Damrosch
Park at Lincoln Center.
which Daniel appears include: Aceto by Micheal Castaldo; Coolside of Yuletide by the Young People’s
Chorus of New York City; Dancing in
the Dark by Jeff Harner; Fortune Cookies by Alana Davis; The Gift by Jung; The
Great American Songbook Collection by Rod Stewart; If I Sing: The
Songwriters Album by Jamie deRoy &
Friends; I’m Not Waiting by
Julia Murney; L’Atalier and Masters of the Bandoneon: Works by Astor Piazzolla
and Others by Cuartetango; Living it All Wrong by Lee Feldman; Poetica by Anat Cohen; and, The
Show Must Go On by The Embers.
He can also be
heard on the original Broadway cast albums, The Scarlet Pimpernel and State
Fair, and the Sounds of a Better
In the field
of music education, he has served on the faculty of the New York Music