Daniel Lim

Cellist Daniel Lim holds degrees from the New England Conservatory and the Cleveland Institute of Music; his mentors include Yeesun Kim, Stephen Geber, and Robert DeMaine. Daniel is currently a member of Splntrd Wood, a Los Angeles-based cello quartet that presents “fresh and invigorating live music experiences that cross divide between musical genres.” In the summer of 2020, the ensemble released its debut album “De La Pra Ca” and was featured on ASCAP’s Friday New Music Spotify playlist; other notable engagements include performances at LACMA “Sundays Live”, Massivemuse, and The Medieval Music Festival in the Dales. In addition to performing Daniel is an avid and passionate educator; having received formal training in the Suzuki Method Pedagogy Program, he has extensive experience teaching privately and at various institutions throughout the Los Angeles area. When Daniel is not playing the cello he is a producer for The Faking Notes Podcast; a fun, educational podcast co-hosted by “ThatViolaKid” and Trevor Bumgarner that features experiences, lessons, and advice on having a successful music career in the 21st century.