Young Concert Artists
Daniel Kellogg steps into the leadership role of Young Concert Artists with the unique perspective of an alumnus of Young Concert Artists, one of the extraordinary musicians whose careers were discovered and launched to prominence by this innovative non-profit organization. He is excited to help sustain the legacy of YCA and to forge new paths to nurture the next generation of concert soloists and artistic leaders.
Chosen as YCA Composer-in-Residence in 2002, his compositions have been premiered by the Philadelphia Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, Kansas City Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, and Orchestre de Chambre de Paris, at the Aspen Music Festival, and by the Takacs Quartet and eighth blackbird.
Daniel Kellogg is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music and holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts from the Yale School of Music. He was on faculty at the University of Colorado College of Music for fourteen years, where he served as Professor of Composition, head of the composition program, and was the Christoffersen Composition Fellow.