Dan Siegler • Original Music & Sound


Dan Siegler is a Composer, Producer, and Songwriter from New York City. His work combines electronic and organic elements, incorporating references to jazz, blues, and folk. These compositions are influenced by musique concrète, employing a mixture of analog synthesizers, traditional concert instruments, glitch sound material, and field recordings. Siegler’s collaborations with choreographer Pam Tanowitz have earned him a Bessie Award and have been performed at Central Park Summerstage, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Danspace Project, Art Basel Miami and many other venues from Brooklyn to Buenos Aires. Other awards and residences include a Composer's Fellowship to Art Omi, a CAP/UCLA Artist-in-Residence, a WPA Virtual Commission from Works & Process at The Guggenheim, an EtM Choreographer + Composer Residency administered by Exploring the Metropolis. a Wildacres Composer’s Residency and an Abe Olman Scholarship from The National Academy of Popular Music. At his recording studio, Siegler has worked with HBO (Bored to Death), Showtime (Nurse Jackie), David LaChapelle, and a wide range of singer/songwriters. He is a Lecturer at Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.



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