Director: Daniel Roihl
“Chili Con Carne” by Anders Edenroth
About Director Daniel Roihl
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Daniel Roihl, a native of south Florida, has enjoyed an active and variegated musical career as a performer, conductor, composer/arranger, and educator. As a singer (countertenor) he has performed around the world in opera, oratorio, and ensemble contexts, collaborating with such luminary conductors as Helmuth Rilling, Seiji Ozawa, and Martin Neary. He has held conducting appointments with the Concordia Society chamber choir, the Elm City Girls Choir, Chorus Angelicus, the Oriana Women’s Chorus, and the Toscanini Chamber Orchestra, and has led music at churches in Lexington, Topsfield, and South Pasadena (CA). An active and published composer, he has written commissioned works for the Harvard University Choir, the Royal School of Church Musicians, St. Andrew’s Youth Choirs of Wellesley, and Boston’s Youth Pro Musica. Roihl holds degrees in music from Harvard and Yale, and is a candidate for the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Choral Music at the University of Southern California. Currently the Director of Music at Deerfield Academy, Roihl previously held teaching appointments at USC, Scripps College, and World Mission University in Los Angeles.