Daniel Brummel

Daniel Brummel Brief Biography

Daniel Brummel
Daniel Brummel (born September 15, 1981 in Pasadena, California) is an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, and record producer who has performed and recorded with the musical groups Sanglorians, Ozma, Weezer, Nada Surf, Scott & Rivers, Spain, Gowns, Monstro, and The Elected.

Brummel graduated from the Los Angeles County High School For The Arts in 1999, and received his B.A. in music composition from UCLA in 2006, where he studied orchestration with Paul Chihara, voice with Don Neuen, and guitar with jazz legend Kenny Burrell []. As a singer, bassist, guitarist, keyboardist, and drummer, Brummel has performed consistently on international tours with his various projects since 2001, when the Michigan Daily dubbed him a "pop-culturally aware songsmith" at age 19. In recent years he has also begun leading interfaith community music events, singing protest songs, and performing experimental music at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Hammer Museum, the Norton Simon Museum, and the Los Angeles Central Library. In March 2011, Brummel was the Artist-In-Residence at the Machine Project Gallery in Los Angeles, where he hosted "Skylike Notdoings,"? a series of events examining the connection between music, meditation, Eastern spirituality, and dreamwork.

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