Daniel M Tomlin started his professional music career as a high school choir director. Having started playing the piano at an early age, his love of music grew through a career in public and private schools from a small town in Ohio to Cairo, Egypt. Always having the desire to perform in the orchestra of a Broadway show, he left Egypt to pursue this dream in New York.
Mr. Tomlin's piano studies started at the age of 5. He studied with Richard Syracuse at Ohio University at the age of 12 and continued with Mr. Syracuse throughout his undergraduate career. During this time, he was an active member of the Phi Mu Alpha professional men's music fraternity, student conductor of the Singing Men of Ohio, accompanist for many voice and instrumental students, and an active member of the Ohio University Opera program.
Mr. Tomlin earned his Bachelor of Music in Education degree from Ohio University with a major in piano and minor in voice. His choral directing career earned his choirs superior ratings at district and state levels. He has musically directed and accompanied numerous stage musicals in schools and community theatre. His love of piano and voice are evident in his highly skilled playing and vocal coaching abilities.
Mr. Tomlin is currently accepting positions as rehearsal accompanist, audition pianist, pit orchestra performer, and recording pianist. Sight reading is a specialty in musical theatre and classical genres.