Daniel studied musical composition with the internationally recognized film composer Dr. Kenneth Lampl and classical solo/collaborative piano with American Chamber Ensemble pianists’ Marilyn Lehman and Blanche Abrams at Hofstra University. Being an undergraduate music student at a university has helped him make many personal and career-related connections.
Daniel has worked as a student aid under the department chairperson and have become well acquainted with potential and current student policies. Also he has made friends pursuing careers in different fields, such as performance, teaching, composing, and music business. The music he enjoys playing the most is from the great composers of the past; Mozart, Chopin, Albeniz, Poulenc, and Beethoven. When teaching music, the most important thing is to help the student bring out their voice and personality.
Contact us at 631-476-8946 if you would like to book Daniel for music instruction.