Cincinnati-based trumpet player and Wright State University professor Daniel Zehringer has signed on to release an album of works for trumpet in 2016. The album will consist of chamber and solo works written by fellow PARMA artist, Steven Winteregg.
Dan completed his undergraduate studies in at Bowling Green State University, where he earned a Bachelors degree in Music Education. He earned his Masters of Music degree in Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music.
During his tenure at Eastman, he toured Japan with the Eastman Wind Ensemble, as principal trumpet. Dan is currently finishing his doctoral studies at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music.
Dan was a faculty member at Wittenberg University and Xavier University before becoming an Associate Professor at Wright State University, where he has taught since 2006. When not in the classroom, Dan has presented clinics and masterclasses across the United States, as well as Athens, Greece and Sydney, Australia.
Throughout his career, Dan has shared the stage with a number of outstanding musicians from many backgrounds, including the Cincinnati Symphony and Pops, the Key West Symphony Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis, Doc Severinsen, and Aretha Franklin. He can currently be heard as Principal Trumpet with the Cincinnati Ballet Orchestra, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, and the Middletown Symphony Orchestra.
For more information about Dan and his work, you can visit his page on the Wright State University website here. Stay tuned for more information about Dan’s album leading up to its release, but in the meantime, please join us in welcoming him to the PARMA family!