Daniel Silver's expertise is in the area of classical music performance and teaching. Silver is the clarinet professor in the College of Music and has regular activities as master teacher, performer in solo, chamber music, orchestral and other settings. He is also serving for his third and final year as the Chair of the Woodwind Area. His repertoire extends from the earliest classical styles to the present day. As a pedagogue, he has special interest in the cognitive aspects of skill acquisition, especially with regard to motor-skill and artistry. He has delivered clinics and presentations of the subject of efficient practice for athletes and musicians in settings ranging from music classes, master classes, professional golf association members and collegiate sports teams.
artist/performer in solo, chamber music and orchestral settings,teacher of clarinet and related instruments,chamber music coaching, graduate chamber music literature class, frequent clinician and master class leader, growing expertise in teaching skill acquisition for motor-control in music and sport