DBR: Voodoo at the New Jersey Symphony

“The New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and I cannot wait to perform for our audiences in person again. This season speaks to our time, with many important voices of today, and celebrates great musical traditions of the past and present.” — Music Director Xian Zhang On October 8, the New Jersey Symphony opens its 2021-22 concert […] Read more »

DBR: Voodoo in Baltimore

On September 27, Marin Alsop opens the Baltimore Symphony’s 2019-2020 season, leading violinist and composer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) in this weekend’s performances of his Voodoo Violin Concerto. The three-movement, 24-minute concerto is one of DBR’s most popular, signature works. Originally composed for chamber ensemble, Voodoo Violin Concerto was commissioned in 2002 by The Kitchen […] Read more »


Concert: DBR: VOODOO VIOLIN CONCERTO Start Time: 00:00:00 Date: 2019-09-27 End Time: 00:00:00 Location: Daniel Bernard Roumain, violin; Baltimore Symphony Link: https://www.bsomusic.org/calendar/events/2019-2020-events/tchaikovsky-symphony-no-4/ Concert Information: Marin Alsop, conductor Meyerhoff Symphony Hall Baltimore, MD Read more »

DBR: Relevant, Exciting and Meaningful

  On April 11, the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Symphony presents its “Rediscover” concert featuring the music of its artist-in-residence, Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR). DBR joins the orchestra as soloist, when Artistic Director and CEO Jason Weinberger conducts the composer’s Woodbox Violin Concerto, and presents the premiere of his new work “A Young Person’s GPS for Our […] Read more »

DBR: Connecting with People

The Sacramento Philharmonic goes “Traditionally Modern” for the New Year, as composer and guest-performer Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) joins the orchestra and music director Michael Morgan on January 11 in a concert of his Woodbox Violin Concerto. Based on DBR’s acclaimed electronica album “Woodbox Beats & Balladry” (Thirsty Ear Recordings), Woodbox Violin Concerto was commissioned […] Read more »

DBR The Right Opportunity

On April 28, Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) takes center stage at Paul Sharp Concert Hall for the Oklahoma University Civic Orchestra’s performance of his Human Songs and Stories. Christopher David Westover conducts the 20-minute work. Scored for narrator, orchestra and “The People,” Human Songs and Stories was commissioned by Texas Public Radio to celebrate the […] Read more »

DBR in New Haven

On March 21 and 24, New Haven, CT audiences will be introduced to Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR), when he joins the New Haven Symphony as violin soloist for performances of his Woodbox Violin Concerto, led by music director William Boughton. DBR serves as the orchestra’s artist-in-residence, and along with Boughton, will also present additional Young […] Read more »


Concert: DBR: I NEVER WANTED MY FIRST COMMUNIONDate: 2013-02-24Location: Harlem Chamber PlayersLink: http://www.harlemchamberplayers.org/postcards_html/2012_2013_concert_announcements/5th_black_history_month_concert_announcement_2-24-2013.htmlConcert Information: 5th Annual Black History Month Celebration St. Mary’s Church New York, NY Read more »

DBR’s “Club Dance”: Music is a Living Art

Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) begins his 2012-13 season with a new project—“The Collide,” created in collaboration with North Carolina-native singer-songwriter Laurelyn Dossett. Sponsored by the North Carolina Arts Council’s Connecting Crossroads inNorth Carolina project, “The Collide” is a multi-partner commission that included a two-year residency dedicated to creating new works based on studying the uniqueness […] Read more »


Concert: DBR: ANOTHER HUNDRED PEOPLEDate: 2012-09-21Location: Anthony de Mare, piano; LIAISONS Link: http://claricesmithcenter.umd.edu/2010/c/performances/performance?rowid=16842Concert Information: “LIAISONS: Re-Imagining Sondheim from the Piano” Gildenhorn Recital Hall Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center University of Maryland at College Park Read more »