wcfsymphony Composer-in-Residence Daniel Bernard Roumain Performs in Special Interview

Apr 3, 2015

We hope you'll take the time to listen to this special interview and performance by acclaimed composer and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain recorded in Studio One. Roumain has debuted new works at Carnegie Hall and has been commissioned by the Boston Pops Orchestra, the Albany Symphony, and more. His works have been performed by orchestras around the world and he has been an artist-in-residence at numerous institutions.

Composer and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain performs in Studio One for a special broadcast
Credit Nick Schumacher

Roumain is the 2015 composer-in-residence for the wcfsymphony, performing his Woodbox Violin Concerto with the orchestra on Saturday, April 11 at 7:30 p.m. In addition, Roumain will present the world premiere of his take on Britten’s Young Preson’s Guide to the Orchestra entitled A Young Person’s GPS for Our Orchestra: Themes and Variations on a Haitian Folk Song. To get a preview of Roumain’s unique and exciting performance, check out the podcast below, along with some additional interview segments that are being presented for the first time.