Daniel Geeting

Daniel Geeting was born in Berkeley, California. His first impression of the clarinet was formed listening to the recordings of Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw he found in his parents’ record collection. Early study with Dr. Frederick Westphal was soon followed by completion of his Bachelor of Arts degree at California State University, Fresno studying with Russell Howland. A Masters degree from the University of Southern California, and Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of Oregon completed his formal studies. He has received an institute certificate from the Mozarteum in Salzburg, Austria and has also studied with clarinetists Frealon Bibbins, John McManus, and Robert Vagner.

Principal clarinetist of the Conejo Symphony in Thousand Oaks, California, Daniel Geeting's solo performances with the orchestra have included the Weber Concertino, the Nielsen Concerto and a group of short works from Artie Shaw’s recording, Modern Music for Clarinet.. He is also a member of the Descanso Players.

Geeting has held professorships at Cornell College, the University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh and since l984 at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, California where he is an Associate Professor. In addition to teaching clarinet he conducts the University Band and the University Chamber Orchestra and collaborates in teaching a liberal arts course, "The American Experience in the Arts", with poet, J.T. Ledbetter.

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