Daniel Epstein

Guest Artist, The Dorothy Taubman Seminar

Professor of Piano
Manhattan School of Music and Rutgers University

Daniel Epstein made his debut with the Philadelphia Orchestra under the baton of Eugene Ormandy. He has performed with many of America's major orchestras, including San Francisco Symphony, Dallas and Houston Symphonies, Detroit Symphony, and Rochester Philharmonic. He has performed recitals in Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and in major venues throutghout the world.

As pianist and founding member of the famed Raphael Trio, for the past 33 years he has performed virtully the entire piano trio repertoire. The Trio appears regularly in New York, London, Vienna, Paris, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, as well as numerous other musical centers throughout the U.S. and Europe. He has collaborated with many renowned string quartets, including the Ying, American, and Talich, and has played with members of the Julliard and Guarneri quartets as well as many other distinguished chamber musicians and soloists.

He is co-founder and director of two music festivals and a chamber music workshop, and has been a member of the piano faculties of Manhattan School of Music since 2001 and Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University since 2007. His recordings may be heard on RCA, Sony, Nonesuch, ASV, Newport Classic, and Unicorn-Kanchana.