Pianist Daniel Glover has performed throughout the United States and 22 foreign countries. He holds a master's degree from New York's Juilliard School, where he was a scholarship student. His teachers include Eugene List, Abbey Simon, Jerome Lowenthal and Nancy Bachus. Among his awards is first prize in the Liederkranz Competition in 1990. His successful 1992 Carnegie Hall recital in New York was a result of winning the Artist's International Competition. Mr. Glover also appeared in Washington, D.C.'s Corcoran Gallery and at the St. Petersburg Palaces Festival in Russia.
Glover has served on the piano faculties of New York University, University of the Virgin Islands, University of San Francisco, Notre Dame de Namur University, and the Summer Piano Workshop at Kent State University.
With a repertoire of more than 50 concerti and other works for piano and orchestra, Mr. Glover has appeared regularly with 16 Bay Area orchestras as well as numerous orchestras nationally and internationally. He lives in San Francisco, where he continues his busy teaching and performing schedule. For Alfred Publishing, he recorded eight CDs that are included with The Spirit Series and The Piano Series: A History of Piano Masterworks, compiled and edited by Nancy Bachus.