Daniel Wohl is a Paris born composer currently based in Los Angeles who creates music that “blurs the line between electronic and acoustic instrumentation and seemingly melt both elements into a greater organic whole” (WNYC). He has been called one of his generation’s “imaginative, skillful creators” (The New York Times) with work that is ”provocative and surprising” (NPR), “beautiful and original” (Pitchfork). Recent work includes performances with the American Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony (Music Now Series), San Francisco Symphony (Soundbox Series), Indianapolis Symphony, Bang on a Can All-Stars, Calder Quartet, eighth blackbird, So Percussion, and collaborations with artists such as Julia Holter, Laurel Halo, Olga Bell, Lucky Dragons, and Son Lux. His music has been performed at venues including Carnegie Hall, The Barbican, Broad Museum, Holland Festival, Hollywood Bowl, Dia Beacon, Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center, MASS MoCA, MoMA, MoMA PS1, Baryshnikov Arts Center, Liquid Music (The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra), Gaudeamus (Netherlands) and Sacrum Profanum (Poland). He is co-founder and curator of Sound/Source a day long exploration of electronic, electroacoustic music and installation art first held at MOMA PS1 in 2014.
A recent graduate of the Yale School of Music, Daniel’s work has received support from grants including New Music USA, Meet the Composer/Commissioning Music USA, American Composers Forum / Jerome Foundation, C.A.P, Barlow Endowment, MET Life Creative Connections, and the Brooklyn Arts Council.
His music is published by G. Schirmer