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Official "Third Person" Bio


Off-the-grid on a small farm in the Pacific Northwest, composer and author, Daniel Gall, tends a garden of creative projects with a new crop out each season. 


Working remotely from his woodsy hermitage, over the years Daniel has collaborated with a host of musicians, ensembles, filmmakers, and choreographers/dance companies, including the Symbiosis Chamber Orchestra, the Glendale Philharmonic, the Definiens Project, the Vientos Trio, Mignolo Dance, Forza Dance, and many others. During the pandemic, he produced PROJECT SCREENDANCE, a social media series in which he collaborated with a different set of performers on a new dance film short each month, resulting in 23 films before calling it quits in Summer of 2022. Before he fled the grid nearly a decade ago, Daniel studied music at UCLA, grad school at the California State University, Northridge, and he was the founder of the Los Angeles based new music organization and concert series, Synchromy. 


In addition to his work as a composer, Daniel is also a novelist who writes often-satirical and dystopian fantasies based on his experiences off the grid. He strives to connect his musical and literary works through fantastic themes and imaginative concepts, usually involving film or dance.

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