Hear Daniel perform live, as soloist from our Dec. 6th "Golden Sounds from Hollywood" concert in the Lincoln Theater.
Hailed as an "Exemplary Leader" by the New York Times for leading members of the
New York Philharmonic and the Manhattan School of Music in Carnegie Hall, violinist
Daniel Andai has shared his versatile artistry as a soloist, recitalist, chamber musician,
concertmaster, conductor and recording artist in major concert venues in over 50 countries
across five continents, the Middle East, the Caribbean and over 30 United States. He is a
prizewinner of national and international competitions and has soloed with orchestras
around the world.
Daniel Andai is concertmaster, frequent soloist and guest conductor of The Miami Symphony
Orchestra. He was also concertmaster and frequent soloist of the Philharmonic Orchestra of
the Americas in New York with whom he recorded multiple Billboard rated SONY Classical
CD's, made numerous televised solo appearances and was featured on AeroMexico's inflight
entertainment systems. These recordings are continuously aired over the radio worldwide.
He has held concertmaster positions with orchestras in Mexico, Brazil, Switzerland, and
France, performed in the sections of the New York Philharmonic and the Miyazaki Festival
Orchestra in Japan, and worked closely with members of major string quartets and symphony,
opera and ballet orchestras around the world.
Daniel Andai is the Dean of Music at the New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida and
the Artistic Director of the Killington Music Festival in Vermont. Previously, Dr. Andai was
the violin professor and The Marialice Shivers Endowed Chair in Fine Arts at the University
of Texas in Edinburg after having served on faculties at Miami-Dade College and New World
School of the Arts. He holds degrees from the University of Miami, the Manhattan School of
Music and Lynn University.