||Daniel Panner (Adjunct Professor)
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D.M.A., City University of New York
Violist Daniel Panner has performed at music festivals in Marlboro, Tanglewood and Aspen. He has collaborated with members of the Cleveland, Emerson, Guarneri and Juilliard String Quartets, as well as with such artists as Isidore Cohen, Felix Galimir and Mitsuko Uchida. As a member of the Whitman String Quartet, Panner received the 1998 Walter W. Naumburg Chamber Music Award and served as teaching assistant to the Juilliard String Quartet for two years. He currently teaches at The Juilliard School and the Queens College Conservatory of Music. Panner has performed with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and he has taken part in numerous tours with Musicians from Marlboro and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. He has also appeared as guest artist with Bargemusic, the Carnegie Chamber Players and the Greenleaf Chamber Players. Panner has been heard on National Public Radio's "Performance Today," both as soloist and chamber musician. He serves as the principal violist of the New York City Opera. Panner studied with Jesse Levine at Yale University, where he earned a bachelor's degree in history. He continued his studies at the Curtis Institute of Music with Joseph dePasquale and at the Juilliard School with Samuel Rhodes.