The USC Chamber Singers will join the LA Chamber Orchestra for the historic debut of music director designate, Jaime Martin, performing Mozart’s Requiem at Alex Theatre and Royce Hall.
The USC Apollo Chorus will premiere Daniel’s new work for men’s chorus and piano, My Son, My Son, on text by Paul Willis.
Led by Dr. Jo-Michael Scheibe, Daniel and the USC Chamber Singers will be performing the seldom heard Messe de Requiem by 20th Century French composer Alfred Desenclos, joined by organist Weicheng Zhao, director of music at All Saints Episcopal Church. The concert will take place on Sunday Feb. 24 at 5pm at All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $15. RSVP required (213) 821-5756 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choral Arts Initiative has selected Daniel to be their Inaugural Assistant Conductor. Daniel will begin in his role immediately as the ensemble prepares for their concert on March 23 at Anaheim First Presbyterian, featuring the premiere of Christian Guebert’s Voyaging, for mixed chorus, 3-7 octaves handbells, and harp.
Daniel will begin serving as Assistant Conductor for the Long Beach Symphony for the 2018-2019 season under music director Eckart Preu.
Daniel will be traveling down to São Paulo, Brazil for a week of teaching vocal technique and coaching choirs as part of a series of workshops and masterclasses hosted by the Assemblies of God Denomination.
Daniel leads the Global Harmony Symphony of Orange County as guest conductor in a program of Rossini, Mendelssohn, and Sibelius. The concert will feature Mann-Wen Lo, fellow DMA candidate at USC, performing Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto.
Daniel Gee is a conductor, composer and educator based in Southern California, currently pursuing his doctorate at the University of Southern California. His conducting duties include serving as Associate Conductor of the USC Oriana Women's Choir, Conducting Fellow with the Long Beach Symphony, and the Artistic Director of Choirs at Evergreen Baptist Church of San Gabriel Valley. As a composer, he has fulfilled commissions for ensembles in the Santa Barbara and Los Angeles music communities, including the Quire of Voyces, the Westmont Orchestra, and the Santa Barbara Choral Society. He has taught as adjunct instructor of composition and theory at Westmont College, teaching upper and lower division theory and private composition.
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