Daniel Egan

Daniel Egan is an orchestral musician, teacher, and clinician currently residing in Houston, Texas. Professionally, he has
performed with numerous orchestras including the New York Philharmonic, National Symphony, Houston Symphony and Atlanta
Symphony amongst many others. He served a three month acting role as principal trumpet of the Iceland Symphony for the
beginning of their 2021 season. He is also a regular substitute with the Houston Grand Opera Orchestra. In the summer of 2022
Mr. Egan will return to the Verbier Festival for his third season. Previous engagements have featured performances with such
luminaries as Sir Simon Rattle, Valery Gergiev, Manfred Honeck, and Fabio Luisi. Mr. Egan received his graduate degree in
trumpet performance at the Shepherd School of Music at Rice University studying with Professors Barbara Butler and Charles
Geyer.. He is a founding member of Loop38, a Houston-based new music collective programming exciting concerts with the
works of living composers. A passionate educator, Mr. Egan has coached the Houston Youth Symphony since 2017 and performs
clinics and masterclasses throughout Houston. He maintains an active studio in the greater Houston area and in his spare time
enjoys playing jazz, reading, and exercising.