Praised for his romantic sensibility and outgoing spirit, Daniel Gurevich is an in-demand freelance oboist based in New York City. He served as Principal Oboe of the Rogue Valley Symphony in Oregon for its 2021-22 season and has performed supporting and principal roles with the San Francisco Symphony, the Richmond Symphony, the Queens Symphony Orchestra, and the San Jose Chamber Orchestra.

Daniel spends his off-seasons as an Oboe Fellow with music festivals all across North America, including the Aspen Music Festival and School in Colorado and the Montreal-based Orchestre de la Francophonie. Most recently, he performed with the Emmanuel Music Bach Institute in Boston as the oboe and oboe d’amore fellow.

An avid orchestral musician and soloist, Daniel is a two-time winner of the Junior Bach Festival and made his concerto debut with the Berkeley Youth Orchestra at age 13. He also frequently performs chamber music of all imaginable ensembles and genres, and even makes his own arrangements.

Daniel earned his bachelor’s degree from The Juilliard School and his master’s degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He has studied with Elaine Douvas, principal oboe of the Metropolitan Opera, and Eugene Izotov, principal oboe of the San Francisco Symphony. Daniel was also a student of Dan Stolper at the Interlochen Arts Academy.

When he isn’t busy making reeds, Daniel enjoys hiking, listening to vinyl records, and tasting cheeses!