Daniel S. Silver

Adult Band Camp Clarinet Faculty, Interlochen College of Creative Arts

Professor of Clarinet, University of Colorado

B.M. Northwestern University
M.M. University of Michigan

Daniel Silver has enjoyed an international career as an orchestral player, soloist and chamber musician. He was Principal Clarinet of the Hong Kong Philharmonic from 1980-1987, and has played Carnegie Hall concerts with the Baltimore Symphony and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Praised by the Washington Post for his "sense of freedom and extraordinary control,” Silver has performed under many of the great conductors including Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa, David Zinman and Lorin Maazel. Recordings with Marco Polo, Naxos and CRI. Chamber music appearances include concerts with the Takacs, Cavani and Maia String Quartets. He is former Principal Clarinet of the Baltimore Opera Orchestra and appeared frequently at the Kennedy Center and the Smithsonian. Regular broadcasts on NPR's Performance Today. Wide exposure as a master class clinician in the USA and internationally. Degrees received from Northwestern and the University of Michigan; studied with Robert Marcellus, Thomas Peterson and Deborah Chodacki.