Daniel Waldron’s recent work includes an appearance as guest artist with the Edmonton Symphony where he and flutist Elizabeth Faulkner performed Holst’s A Fugal Concerto in 2016, his ESO solo debut. He has been a frequent guest of the Alberta Baroque Ensemble in chamber and orchestral music, and has performed in the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra oboe section numerous times as a sub, including the 2012 performance in Carnegie Hall. Dan spent his childhood years in Halifax, Nova Scotia where he was strongly influenced by the work of conductor Georg Tintner. His oboe teachers are James Mason of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony and Richard Dorsey of the Toronto Symphony. He has a Bachelor of Music degree from Wilfrid Laurier University and an Artist Diploma from The Glenn Gould School of The Royal Conservatory of Music.