Daniel Dickson

Daniel has performed over 2,000 concerts throughout North American, South America, Russia and China. He has studied with such diverse artists as the Arianna, Muir, Parker, Tokyo, Emerson, and Pacifica String Quartets, Midori, Joanna Hodges, Gila Goldstein, and Olga Kern. He is Founder and President of the 21st Century Artist Initiative, which is an educational resource for musicians across the world. He is also President and Artistic Director of the New England Chamber Music Society, which is focused on bringing concerts into the suburbs of New England. A native of California, he received his professional training at the University of Missouri, St. Louis, where he was a student of Kurt Baldwin and Alla Voskaboynikova. Receiving degrees in both cello and piano performance, Mr. Dickson continued his education with Masters Degrees from Boston University, again in cello and piano performance under the direction of Michael Reynolds and Gila Goldstein. He is currently a candidate in Boston University’s esteemed Doctorate of Music program.

Daniel has taught privately and in public schools for the past twelve years. He was a sought after accompanist in St. Louis, MO, and was a accompanist at the University of Missouri St. Louis during his time in the state. He currently teaches at Note-Worthy Experience Music Studio in Sudbury, and is cellist of the rising Denovo String Quartet. Mr Dickson was a substitute member in the Manhattan Symphony, and has played with many orchestras around the Nation. He is the Director of Music at the Federated Church of Norfolk, and maintains an active performing schedule around the Nation.

Daniel is a state certified real estate agent and works at Benjamin Apartments and Cityside Homes as a licensed sales agent. He enjoys playing competitive volleyball and participates in tournaments around the state. He is also a donut enthusiast, and enjoys making and consuming these delicious treats.