Daniel Gee is a composer, conductor and educator based out of Southern California. Daniel received his Master of Music degree from the University of Southern California where he studied composition with Morten Lauridsen, Sean Friar, and conducting with Jo-Michael Scheibe, and Nick Strimple.  As a graduate student Daniel conducted the USC University Chorus and was accepted into the USC Thornton Mentorship program to work with Grant Gershon, Artistic Director of the Los Angeles Master Chorale. Daniel completed his undergraduate work at Westmont College, majoring in both Music Composition and Philosophy, where he was graduated summa cum laude as First Senior of his class.

Daniel has taught as adjunct instructor of theory and composition at Westmont College, where he also founded the Westmont chapter of the Pi Kappa Lambda music honors society.   He is currently a conducting fellow at the Long Beach Symphony and continues his post as choir director at Evergreen Baptist Church SGV, as well as founder and conductor of the Evergreen Chamber Singers. Daniel continues to perform as a cellist and maintains a private studio of students in the Los Angeles Area.  As a composer, Daniel has fulfilled several commissions including for the Quire of Voyces, the Westmont Orchestra, the Temple City High School Festival Orchestra and others.  His choral music has been published by Colla Voce Music on the Jo-Michael Scheibe Choral Series.

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