Daniel Lemer is a flutist and composer based in Los Angeles. His work combines a lifelong interest in history and memory with an exploration of the in-between spaces in harmony.
Daniel plays a wide range of flutes, including modern western flutes of all sizes, historical flutes from the 17th and 18th centuries, and the Japanese shakuhachi. His eclectic performing output veers from scores for film and television to Zen honkyoku, and from experimental chamber music to Balinese gamelan. As a composer, his music has been performed by members of the JACK Quartet, American Modern Ensemble, Wet Ink Ensemble, and Quatuor Bozzini, and featured on The wulf, CollisionSeries, and Hyperbolic Chamber Music concert series. In 2017 he was an associate artist in residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts. Daniel holds degrees in composition from the University of Southern California and flute performance from California Institute of the Arts.