Lute Lessons

Dan Keene

Areas of Work: Queens, Nassau, Suffolk

Ages Taught: All Ages

Styles: Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, 20th Century, Folk, Metal, Rock, Pop, Blues, Music Theory, Songwriting, Composition

Levels Taught:

Guitar: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced

Lute: Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced

 

New York native Daniel Keene is a guitarist, lutenist, arranger, composer, and chamber player. A dedicated teacher, he is currently on the faculty at SUNY Nassau Community College and Adelphi University teaching courses pertaining to composition and performance.

A multi-instrumentalist, Daniel plays on an array of plucked string instruments, including the Renaissance lute, Renaissance bandora, Baroque guitar, nineteenth century guitar, modern guitar, mandolin, and electric bass. He has concertized extensively in New York and along the East Coast as a soloist and chamber musician, performing at The Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, Opera America, New York Historical Society, Shapeshifter Lab, Christ Church of Oyster Bay, Spectrum NYC, The Custer Observatory, The Staller Center for the Arts, The Buttonwood Tree, and at a multitude of other venues. Daniel is a member of The Red Door Chamber Players and The Samadi-Keene Piano & Guitar Duo. In addition, he has performed with Long Island Baroque Ensemble, The Golden Williams Duo, The Bacheler Consort, Impetus Dance Collaborative, and Musical Amoeba. An avid performer of new music, Daniel has collaborated with composers all over the globe, premiering many new works on guitar.

Daniel began studying music at the age of nine. He studied lute and guitar with Jerry Willard and William Zito, guitar with Stephen Leonard, composition with Dr. Joanne Metcalf, Dr. Sidney Boquiren, and Dr. Paul Moravec, and worked with tenor Jonathan Goodman, pianist Dr. Susan Sobolewski, and violinist Dr. Linda Sinanian on musical interpretation.


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