Daniel Price is a trumpet player, composer, and educator who works throughout the Midwest. He has performed with numerous orchestras including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fort Wayne Philharmonic, Des Moines Symphony, New World Symphony, and National Repertory Orchestra. He was also a fellow with the Civic Orchestra of Chicago.
Daniel enjoys a wide variety of musical genres and has performed extensively for musical theater productions, with top-level jazz big bands, and in commercial bands.
He studied at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music and University of Georgia’s Hodgson School of Music for his bachelors and masters degrees, respectively. His principal teachers include John Rommel, Philip Smith, and Mark Ridenour.
In his free time, Daniel enjoys cooking, hiking, studying history and spending time with his wife and chocolate Labrador mix.