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Daniel Parvin
Daniel Parvin began studying piano in 2000 in his hometown of Arlington Heights, IL with Levonne Mrozinski. In 2009, Mr. Parvin premiered a new Boston grand piano model at the Steinway & Sons' U.S. Dealers' Convention in Chicago. Mr. Parvin is a winner of the Wheaton College Concerto Competition and of the Skokie Valley Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition. He has performed in masterclasses for Alan Chow, Norman Krieger, and William Chapman-Nyaho. In May 2012, he received his bachelor's degree in music and business from Wheaton College (IL), where he studied with William Phemister. Mr. Parvin performed as the pianist for the college's Jazz Ensemble and for the Men's Glee Club, and was privileged to perform a duo with accomplished baritone Richard Zeller in the Wheaton College Christmas Festival of December, 2011. More recently, Mr. Parvin completed his master's degree at the Cleveland Institute of Music (CIM) in Cleveland, OH. At CIM, Mr. Parvin continues to studies with Anita Pontremoli and Elizabeth DeMio in the doctoral (DMA) collaborative piano program. Mr. Parvin has been involved in performances with the CIM New Music Ensemble, including a concert at the Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art, and with the Classical Revolution Cleveland, an organization of classical musicians who perform in non-traditional concert venues. In January 2013, Judson Smart Living retirement community appointed Mr. Parvin an Artist-in-Residence at Judson Manor in Cleveland, OH.