Daniel Brummel is a composer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and music educator from Los Angeles. He holds a B.A. in music composition from UCLA, where he sang baritone in the concert choir under Don Neuen and studied choral composition with Paul Chihara (a former member of the Roger Wagner Chorale). As a singer with the rock bands Ozma, the Elected, and the Gowns, he has given performance tours to audiences of thousands across the United States, Japan, Italy, Austria, Slovenia, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Daniel is on the faculty at the California College of Music, where he teaches subjects such as sight-singing, songwriting, harmony, music theory, and ear training.
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