Daniel De Togni was born in St. Louis (b. 1993), grew up in Arkansas, and is a composer currently living in the beautiful state of Oregon. His works have been performed by the Berkeley Symphony Orchestra, the Julius String Quartet, Hypercube, and the Delgani String Quartet, among others. His works have also been performed in Japan, Taiwan, at June in Buffalo, the Hot Air Music Festival in San Francisco, New Music on the Point, Bowdoin International Music Festival, the American Music Festival, Fresh Inc Festival, Connecticut Summerfest, the UNK New Music Festival, as well as throughout the United States. In November of 2020, Daniel’s music was featured on NPR’s Arts & Letters with J. Bradley Minnick, in a feature regarding a multi-media collaboration with poet and visual artist Terry Wright, in which they discuss their interdisciplinary project Iterations: 4 Pieces for Narrator, Oboe and Piano.
Daniel De Togni