DANIEL R. PETERSON
_ Music theory / composition minor, University of Florida, (January 1987 - May 1991).
_ B.S. in Environmental Engineering Sciences, University of Florida, (January 1987 - May 1991).
_ Private Double-bass Study, Edward Krolick, Professor of Double-bass, University of Illinois, (1979 -1983).
_ Private Double-bass Study, Grace Sexton, Sarasota, FL, (1976 - 1978).
_ Private Double-bass Study, Gaston Dufresne, retired Boston Symphony double-bassist, Sarasota, FL, (1976- 1977).
_ A.S. in Science. Parkland Community College, Illinois, (1984 - 1986).
_ Cleveland Institute of Electronics. Certificate in electronics technology with lab, (1981 - 1982).
_ Attended master classes with Gary Karr, (1984), Joseph Gustafeste (Principle Bass, Chicago Symphony), (1985), Hal Robinson, John Hood, Francois Rabbath, (1997).
_ Participated in International Society of Bassists (ISB) Symposiums at Michigan State University, (1983), and Houston TX, (1997).
_ Principle Bassist, Gainesville Symphony Orchestra. Also Perform solos and chamber music with UF faculty members and ensembles (recently the Bottesini Grand Duo Concertant for Violin and Double-bass with the late Professor Elwin Adams) and chamber music as part of the Gainesville Symphony Orchestra's Summer Music Series.
_ Principle Bassist, Central Florida Symphony Orchestra, 1994.
_ Section Bassist, Springfield Symphony Orchestra, Il, Kenneth Kiesler, conductor, (1983 - 1986).
_ Section Bassist, Champaign-Urbana Symphony, Paul Vermel, conductor, (1983 - 1986).
_ Also performed in Valdosta, GA, Peoria, Decatur, Bloomington-Normal, University of Illinois (Principle), and University of Florida (Principle) Symphony Orchestras.
_ Bassist, United States Air National Guard Band, O'Hare Field, Chicago, IL, (1983 - 1984).
_ Professional bassist, United States Air Force Band of the Midwest, Chanute AFB, Illinois, (1978 - 1983).
_ Section bassist, Florida West Coast Symphony Orchestra and Youth Orchestras, Paul Wolfe, conductor, (1976 - 1978).
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