Daniel DiMarino is a composer, music producer, and violinist from Chester County, Pennsylvania. He has written music in many different styles, including classical, cinematic, electronic, soundtrack, and popular. Born in the greater Philadelphia area, he began studying piano at a young age and violin during elementary school. He developed a passion for music composition soon after, and began his formal training in composition technique and music theory around age 13.
Daniel was selected as the 2018 winner of the youth category for the Marvin Hamlisch Film Score Contest. He recently graduated with a degree in music composition and violin performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music, studying with composer Dr. Keith Fitch and violin pedagogue Dr. Olga Dubossarskaya Kaler.
Daniel will be attending Indiana University Jacobs School of Music to formally study music scoring for visual media. His portfolio consists of a variety of musical genres, and he hopes to continue expanding it even further.