An accomplished cellist, Daniel Vo-Ngoc enjoys the challenge, beauty and overall goodness of playing classical music. Dan, a native of Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, played the violin as a child but developed a passion for the cello while in high school. Dan has won various local and provincial music festivals. He is a former member of the New Brunswick Youth Orchestra where he was assistant principal cellist. Dan is currently in his third year of cello performance at the University of Western Ontario, studying under Canadian cellist, Thomas Weibe and is currently principal cellist for the University of Western Ontario Opera. He was recently awarded the use of an 1850 cello by John Lott, on generous loan from the UWO string bank.
Dan’s career goals include performing, teaching and recording music in order to introduce younger generations to classical works as well as more contemporary repertoire. He welcomes your contact at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.