Mr. Beilman,  Instructor

Daniel Beilman, educator and bassoonist, has been heard in concert across the USA and Europe in major concert halls including the Royal Concertgebouw, De Doelen, KKL Luzern, Elbphilharmonie, Paris Philharmonie, Berlin Philharmonie, Boston's Jordan Hall, and Sanders Theater, Mechanics Hall, Kentucky Center for the Arts and Santo Domingo's Teatro Nacional in the Dominican Republic, and others. He has performed regularly with and held positions with groups in and around Boston including Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra, The Boston Philharmonic, New Bedford Symphony Orchestra, Lexington Symphony, Symphony New Hampshire, Chorus of Westerly, among many others. 

Daniel has worked with musical artists such as Joshua Bell, Gautier Capucon, Joseph Silverstein, Alison Balsom, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Jue Wang and Martin Chalifour. He has performed under numerous conductors including Susann Malkki, Alan Gilbert, Jeffrey Means, Matthew Scinto, Matthias Pintscher, Benjamin Zander, Yaniv Dinur, Lina Gonzalez-Granados, José Antonio Molina, and Ramón Tebar. As an avid New Music performer, Daniel has collaborated with Michael Finnissy, Marc Andre, Konstantia Gourzi, Nicholas Kuhn, Joshua Jandreau, Vartan Aghababian, Derek Cooper, Jonathan Russ, among many others.

Some past summer activities include the Lucerne Festival Academy, Talis Festival, Cortona Sessions for New Music, Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific, Masterworks Festival, Curtis Institute Bassoon Workshop, and Ball State Bassoon Camp.

Keyboarding Program: Enables students with little or no experience in keyboard learn note location, fundamental piano techniques, note reading and basic music theory. Students explore the role of keyboard music in history and culture. As the students progress through the course, they will learn beginning arranging, improvisation skills, and will develop analytical listening and problem-solving skills.   



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