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Daniel Kobialka Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Template:Multiple issuesDaniel Kobialka (born November 19, 1943 in Lynn, Massachusetts) is an American violinist. Kobialka founded LiSem Enterprises Inc., in 1985 and created Wonder of Sound in 2009.Inspired by his time performing with major symphonies such as The Boston Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, and the San Francisco Symphony, and a desire to showcase violin music in a way it had not been before, Kobialka's style grew out of his perceived need to explore genres other than classical and continue to bring to light music that is often overlooked. The Company is committed to creating, arranging, producing and recording the finest new age and classical instrumental music. The LiSem label sets unique standards, as it embraces the therapeutic function that music can bring to people. Kobialka's music is distributed on the LiSem label by Allegro Media Group and is available on his website, www.wonderofsound.com. He is currently on the faculty of the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas.Kobialka was commissioned to composed a film score for the "Split Horn" documentary Life of a Hmong Shaman in America, and wrote 10 orchestral and solo violin compositions for various instrumental combinations. His recorded solo artist albums include one for the Advance Recordings, and one for the Desto record label of original works dedicated to him by Lou Harrison, Henry Brant, and Glen Glassow, Donald Martino, and Arnold Franchetti. His accomplishments also include his recording of the Mozart Violin and Piano Sonatas and the Ottorino Respighi Violin Sonata on the Sonic Arts Label. He specialized in performing the Music of Mozart and was the Founding Soloist and Concertmaster of the Mid-Summer Mozart festival Orchestra.Over his career he commissioned over 30 works from such composers as Pulitzer Prize winners Charles Wuorinen, William Bolcom, Henry Brant, and Wayne Peterson. Other composers who have written and dedicated works for him include: George Rochberg, Vivian Fine, Arthur Custer, Meyer Kupferman, Henry Brant, Marta Ptaszynska, Theodore Antoniou, Fred Fox, Benjamin Lees, and Lou Harrison. He also premiered both solo works and concertos for violin, including Ben Weber’s Violin Concerto No. 1, dedicated to him, with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra under the late Robert Shaw, and served as Concertmaster for the premier of Leonard Bernstein’s Mass, which opened in the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. With the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, he gave both the American premiere of Toru Takemitsu’s “Far Calls, Coming Far,” and the world premiere of Charles Wuorinine’s "Rhapsody."
|Date Of Birth||1943-11-19|
|Split Horn: The Life of a Hmong Shaman in America||2001||Video|
|Metallica: S&M||2000||TV Special documentary||Second Violinist|