Daniel Browne

Choral Scholar

A cellist, choral conductor, and arranger, Daniel Browne’s wide range of experience and skills serve him well as an up-and-coming music educator.

Daniel has performed in many ensembles as a cellist including the MUN Chamber Orchestra, Calos Youth Orchestra (previously NSYO), and as a founding member of his own ensemble, the Phantasior String Quartet. He has also been selected to participate in prestigious festivals such as the Tafelmusik Baroque Summer Institute and the Tuckamore Festival.

An avid choral singer, Daniel has sung with Quintessential Vocal Ensemble and MUN Chamber Choir, and is currently a member of Newman Sound Men’s Choir. He is also a developing choral conductor and has worked in that capacity with the choral program of St. Bonaventure’s College. Daniel is an alumnus of Shallaway Youth Choir and is now on staff as their choral scholar.

Daniel has worked in administrative positions for multiple arts organizations, including Calos Youth Orchestras, the MUN Chamber Orchestra, PlayPianoNL, Lady Cove Women’s Choir, and Shallaway Youth Choir. He is also a freelance transcriber and arranger, having worked for many local choirs and other groups, including the Ennis Sisters.

Daniel studies cello with Dr. Vernon Regehr at Memorial University as he completes the third year of his Bachelor of Music, with a focus on music education. Recipient of, among others, The Dame Vera Lynn Scholarship in Musicand The Mrs. Grace Morgan Scholarship in Music, Daniel strives for excellence in his education and development as a musician.