About Daniel Zinn

Born in Israel, Daniel Zinn is a Brooklyn-based conductor, producer, and violinist. Through his
artistic productions and performances Zinn innovates the way people experience symphonic
music. In 2019 he founded so&so, a classical music production company with this mission. 2019
so&so highlights include a performance of Mahler’s First Symphony staged in Brooklyn Army
Terminal, a night of opera staged at pier 4 in Brooklyn, and an improvised ballet with interactive
light design. The 2020 season highlights will include performance of Scheherazade and newly
commissioned contemporary dance production.
Zinn attended the Jerusalem of Academy of Music on full scholarship where he received his
Bachelor of Music, and he was awarded the Dean’s Scholarship to attend The New School
where he received a Master’s of Music. He is the recipient of the prestigious America-Israel
Cultural Foundation Scholarship, whose recipients include Itzhak Perlman, Daniel Barenboim,
Pinchas Zukerman, Yefm Bronfman, among others. As a violinist Zinn studied under Aaron
Rosand in New York and in Jerusalem under Haim Taub with masterclasses from arists such as
Donald Wallerstein, Miriam Fried, Vadim Gluzman, and Pierre Amoyal. He’s perormed around
the world at major venues including Carnegie Hall Stern Auditorium, Lincoln Center Alice Tully
Hall, Consulate-General of Poland, several perormances in the historically-imporant Berlin
Konzerhaus, Bayreuth Stadthalle, Dresden Frauenkirche, Ravello Auditorium, S. Francesco
Cathedral, Chorin Cathedral, Weimar Stadthalle, Rostock Academy of Music and Theatre, and
Mann Auditorium.

Daniel Zinn

Violin, Conducting, Music Direction, Production, Classical

Brooklyn, New York, United States
Grant Recipient

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