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GRAMMY-nominated musician Daniel Schlosberg leads a kaleidoscopic musical life.

He has appeared with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as featured soloist and in numerous chamber music concerts. He has a passion for contemporary music, collaborating frequently with Eighth Blackbird and Third Coast Percussion. He also gave the world premiere of Augusta Read Thomas’s "Starlight Ribbons" for solo piano; the US premiere of Kaija Saariaho’s "Calices" (for violin and piano), and several sets of piano pieces by Stanley Walden. He was a founding member of Yarn/Wire, the lauded two piano/two percussion group.

He has recorded for the Albany, Bridge, Centaur, New World, Nimbus, Jacaranda Live! and Permelia labels. His latest solo release is Gaul Me Maybe: French Baroque Keyboard Music, consisting of works by Royer, Rameau, d’Angelbert and Bach.

In the art song realm, Schlosberg was on staff at Ravinia’s Steans Institute vocal program, and he is the director of the Baltimore Lieder Weekend, held each October, with consistent support from The Hampsong Foundation. He also maintains a duo with soprano Laura Strickling,. Their album of new American song , 40@40, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Traditional Classical charts, and they received a GRAMMY nomination for Best Solo Vocal Album .

Other recent projects include Mahler/Zemlinsky: Symphony No 6 (arr. 4-hands) at Ravinia and the National Gallery of Art, DC, and multiple appearances at Bargemusic in Brooklyn, NY.

He is also a frequent pre-concert lecturer and program annotator.

Schlosberg is a Steinway Artist and is Professor of the Practice at the University of Notre Dame, where he is also faculty advisor to the Table Tennis Club.
Daniel Schlosberg, musician, pianist, lecturer
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