A professional musician since 2003, Daniel Gledhill has written more than 150 musical compositions. His music has been recognized by the Music Teachers National Association and has had performances in Rhode Island, as well as Los Angeles, California. A native of Northern Utah, Gledhill received his Bachelor of Music in piano performance from Brigham Young University and went on to get a Graduate Certificate from USC’s Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television Program in 2010. He has been on staff at UCLA and the American Musical and Dramatic Academy as a collaborative pianist in Hollywood since 2013 and also works as a church musician at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in Fullerton, CA. As a pianist, Daniel has performed solo and chamber recitals throughout the United States and has been the recipient of numerous awards on both national and international stages. Recently, Daniel was the winner of a composition contest in Rhode Island for a new setting of “For the Beauty of the Earth” for acapella choir. Daniel’s musical compositions are harmonically tonal and contain strong melodic elements. The bulk of his output lies within the choral genre, but he has also composed for solo piano, solo voice and piano, solo instruments and piano, and numerous pieces for small ensemble and orchestra.