Music by Daniel Dorff

 
PHOTO GALLERY
 

with John Bruce Yeh and Alan Gilbert - Summer Solstice
Clarinetist John Bruce Yeh and Maestro Alan Gilbert
applaud Daniel Dorff following a performance of

Summer Solstice
by the Haddonfield Symphony.

with Daniel Hege and Roger Soren - Concerto for Contrabassoon
(left to right)

Music Director Daniel Hege, Daniel Dorff,
and Contrabassoonist Roger Soren celebrate
the October 1998 performance of Dorff's
Concerto for Contrabassoon
with the
Haddonfield Symphony (now Symphony in C).
 

Daniel Dorff in 1974 soloing
with the Aspen Jazz Ensemble.
Carl Lewis premiering The Tortoise and the Hare
Track legend Carl Lewis narrating the premiere of

The Tortoise and the Hare
with the Haddonfield Symphony
conducted by Daniel Hege.
   

Meeting jazz legend 
Ornette Coleman
Monsoon
1972 photo of Monsoon playing Locomotive Breath:
Daniel Dorff on flute, with Eric Wagner piano,
Mark Vickness guitar, Michael Barash bass,
Robert Nemeroff drums.
   

August 2010 with Walfrid Kujala
following his premiere of the band version of Flash!
at the NFA annual convention,
Mitch Fennell conducting the
Cal State Fullerton Wind Ensemble

February 2009 Mid-Atlantic Flute Fair,
at an all-Dorff flute and clarinet recital 
with Cindy Anne Broz
   

family trip across Abbey Road

October 2010, surrounded by
Denis Bouriakov, then-principal flute of the
Metropolitan Opera, and Michael Parloff,
retired principal flute of the Metropolitan Opera,
following their performance of
Goldilocks and the Three Bears
 

Atlanta Flute Fair 2014 with Nicole Esposito before performing Sonata (Three Lakes) and Sonatine de Giverny back-to-back.  Magic courtesy of Nicole Chamberlain.

The Atlanta Opera's production of Stone Soup.
 

Amy Porter and Katie Leung, after performing Sonata (Three Lakes) at the 2014 Iowa Flute Fair.


Cindy Anne Broz, Daniel Dorff, Cynthia Rugolo, and Tim "Philharmonic " Carey, following an all-Dorff concert at the 2015 Mid-Atlantic Flute Fair

 

 


With Lisa Loeb in Dallas, November 2004, for performances of my orchestrations of her songs. I got to see her without her glasses on :-)

March 1987, working with Julia handy

   

Sarah Jackson and the Cnicago Philharmonic, at the orchestral premiere of Flash! - Symphony Hall in Chicago, 2014 NFA convention.

David Sampson, Eric Ewazen, Thomas Parente, Julietta Curenton, Ayako Oshima Neidich, Amanda Harberg, Daniel Dorff, and Evelyn Simpson-Curenton, following Perennials performed in Montclair, NJ at a winds/piano concert with all 6 composers present.