Guitar, Classical Guitar
Serving on Mount Vernon Music’s Board as Director, Andrew Daniel is hailed by the German press as a “gifted musician of the highest order” and recognized as a premiere artist of his generation with several top prizes in competitions. Mr. Daniel has toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe. After completing his Master of Music degree from the University of Southern California in 1992, he was offered a European tour under the auspices of the Andres Segovia Institute.
Settling in Germany in 1992, Andrew founded Duo Grazioso with a flutist from the Hamburg Opera and was a frequent soloist with Musica Vitae, Sweden’s most distinguished chamber group.
Andrew has appeared as a guest soloist in numerous festivals and with many orchestras, and has appeared on several live radio programs, including his Eastern European debut aired over Polish radio.
Andrew Daniel has been on the faculty of Northeast Texas Community College since 2001 where he teaches music and humanities; he is also on the faculty of Dallas Baptist University where he teaches guitar and Medieval/Renaissance history.
Currently in the final stages of his Ph.D. in musicology/theory, Andrew’s research interests include music and identity, mission music of pre-1800 Latin America, as well as strategies for deconstructing and reorienting the musicological canon.
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