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Daniel Steffey

Daniel Steffey is an active composer and percussionist in the San Francisco Bay area, and is currently attending Mills College for an MA in Composition. At Mills, he studies composition and theory with David Bernstein and Roscoe Mitchell, and percussion with William Winant. Daniel's compositions have been played throughout the United States, including his work he did for Helen Pau's award winning play The Stone Wife, in which he composed music and administered the sound design. His composition Radio Piece #7 was chosen for the "60x60 Concert Series", which was performed at various venues across the world, including the 2010 International Computer Music Conference held in New York City. Daniel received his BA in Music Performance from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where he studied percussion with Tim Jones and Dean Gronemeier. As a percussionist, he is currently an active member in the William Winant Percussion Group, and has performed extensively throughout the United States with groups such as the Iron Beats Drum and Dance Group, the Ragtime Rebels Marimba Band, and his psychedelic rock group Easysleeves.

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