Daniel Oore is an award-winning multidisciplinary artist, teacher, and scholar.
As a featured sound artist, instrumentalist, composer-arranger, actor, and dancer, working in major venues across North America, Europe, Australia, and beyond, Dani’s collaborations have garnered accolades from leading institutions, critics, and artists (JUNOs, Canada Council for the Arts, JazzTimes, The Globe and Mail): “devastating,” “radioactive,” “astonishing,” “extraordinary creativity,” “stunning … masterful,” “daring,” “so dangerously and uninhibitedly exposed,” “is there no end to this young man’s brilliance?”
Their scholarship is published in leading and high-impact music-media and science-technology venues (e.g. Journal for the Society of American Music, Journal of Popular Music Studies, Quarterly Review of Film and Video, NeurIPS Conference and Workshop on Neural Information Processing Systems, Proceedings of Machine Learning Research), and reviewed as "a tour de force ... with magisterial sweep."
Daniel's teaching includes visiting artist-scholar invitations and faculty appointments at institutions across North America and Europe, in sound, performance, media, culture, improvisation, saxophone, composition, and music education, and she continues to lead and co/facilitate diverse and at-risk community-building arts projects.