Biography of Musica Bella Orchestra member Daniel Fierer

Daniel Fierer, oboe and English horn, began his musical studies in San Diego, where he was a student of Betsy Spear of the San Diego Symphony. He then studied with the late and dearly missed Ronald Roseman at Yale and was principal oboist of the Yale Symphony, at home and during their European tour. Upon relocating to our nation’s capital, he studied with Rudy Vrbsky of the National Symphony, and became a regular performer in the chamber music community, most notably as a monthly soloist with the Pilgrims Chamber Ensemble, emphasizing 20th century and new music, and continued as an orchestral performer as the oboist of the award-winning Gilbert and Sullivan opera company The Washington Savoyards. Daniel has now recently moved to New York to join the medical faculty at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
      Daniel joined The Musica Bella Orchestra in 2003. He was a featured soloist with the Musica Bella Chamber Orchestra in the Bach Concerto for Oboe and Violin in January 2004, and was the oboe soloist in Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for winds in May 2005.

Musica Bella concerts: May 18, 2003; October 19, 2003; November 30, 2003; January 17, 2004; January 18, 2004; February 29, 2004; May 2, 2004; October 24, 2004; January 30, 2005; March 13, 2005; May 14, 2005; May 15, 2005; May 21, 2005; May 22, 2005; October 30, 2005; December 17, 2005; December 18, 2005; January 22, 2006; March 26, 2006; May 21, 2006; June 17, 2006; June 18, 2006; October 22, 2006; December 10, 2006; February 18, 2007; April 15, 2007; May 5, 2007; May 6, 2007; December 1, 2007; December 2, 2007

This bio last updated December 19, 2004