Daniel Ehrlich is a native of Toronto, Ontario though he has called Ann Arbor, Michigan his hometown since 2003. He is currently based in London as a master’s student at the Royal Academy of Music where he studies with David Sawer among others. His works have been premiered and performed internationally by numerous ensembles including members of the Berlin Philharmonic Academy, the Ochestre de la Suisse Romande, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, the Crouch End Festival Chorus, Des Moines Symphony, the Aurora Trio, and the Grinnell Singers. In 2016 Daniel has performed and had his music performed in the Kammermusik Saal of the Berlin Philharmonie, the Kammermusik Sal in Aarhus, Denmark, and various concert halls around London and UK.
Daniel looks to explore space and its relation to sound. At the center of his practice Daniel creates meaningful relationships with those who play his music. Daniel informs and develops the identity of instruments in his own composition through prioritizing the body of the performer as central to the realization of music. Daniel creates music that is both rewarding and difficult with a strong emphasis on ensemble playing.
To learn more about Daniel’s music, please visit his website.