Daniel Feng

Daniel Feng is concert pianist and conductor as well as the founder and music director of International Chamber Orchestra of America (ICOA). Highlights from his concert appearances includes guest artist for New York Piano Society at Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie, David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, Young Artist Showcase at the renowned classical music station, WQXR, Columbia University and Roosevelt University. In June 2017, Daniel was honored to be invited to performance at the 20th year reunion celebration between China and Hong Kong in Washington D.C on behalf the Hong Kong Government. He made his concerto debut performing Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 (the emperor) with Heibei Symphony Orchestra and Lanzhou Symphony Orchestra.


As a passionate chamber musician, Daniel has collaborated with many of world renowned musicians. His has recently performed with Szucs Mate, principal violist with the Berlin Philharmonic, Members of the Emerson Quartet and Marcy Rosen, Deutsche Grammophon Artist. Daniel was invited to participate as a follow at the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival at Yale University and Tanglewood Music Institute affiliated with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. His chamber coaches includes Brentano Quartet, Seymour Lipkin, Jerome Lowenthal, Meng- Chieh Liu, Peter Frankl, Boris Berman, Nina Lee, Mark Steinburg, Melvin Chen, Weiyi Yang, Richard Goode, and Paul Watkins. His upcoming engagements include leading a futuristic world premiere project that incorporates virtual reality and classical live performance, which is a collaboration with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Columbia University Teacher’s College as well as renowned composer Bruce Adolphe and visual artists James Rouvelle and Lili Maya.


Native to Hong Kong, Daniel have attend the Affiliated High School of Xinghai Conservatory, Juilliard Pre College and Mannes School of Music. Feng’s motto is “I love music and I love people” has inspired him as a musician and as a human being. He is dedicated to change the way people think of classical music, by offering different concert experience and imagination.