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Daniel Price Conducts



Photographs by Hardy Klahold

Daniel Price Headshot

          I love inspiring musicians to create unified and passionate artistic expressions in a way that captures the human imagination.  I look for musical works in a variety of styles that elicit a unique and sympathetic response from the human spirit, and then use them to build concerts that are welcoming—that are designed to draw new audience members into our performances.  My goal is to make everyone present feel like they are part of an emotionally thrilling and socially meaningful shared experience.

          As much as possible, I prefer concerts that have something for everyone—some element that they can connect with in their own unique way.  Concerts should both comfort the listener with the known and capture their imagination with the unknown.



Let’s make music together!

Video Recordings

My Country, 'Tis of Thee
arr. by Dan Forrest
The USAF Academy Band and
The Colorado Springs Chorale

Daniel Price Conducting

Jubilant Song
by Norman Dello Joio
The USAF Academy Band and
The Colorado Springs Chorale
Daniel Price Conducting 

Audio Recordings

These are some of the more notable professional recordings I've had the pleasure to work on.  Being able to create World Premiere recordings and performances of the Ned Rorem and Libby Larsen works was a true honor!

Norman Dello Joio - The BluebirdThe Singing Sergeants, Daniel Price
00:00 / 05:31
David Foltz - She Walks In BeautyThe Singing Sergeants, Daniel Price
00:00 / 03:58
Samuel Barber - Under The Willow TreeThe Singing Sergeants, Daniel Price
00:00 / 03:47
Ned Rorem - O Mistress Mine (Present Laughter, Mvt 1)The Singing Sergeants, Daniel Price
00:00 / 02:02
Ned Rorem - Woman's Constancy (Present Laughter, Mvt 2)The Singing Sergeants, Daniel Price
00:00 / 02:15
Ned Rorem - The Pessimist (Present Laughter, Mvt 3)The Singing Sergeants - Daniel Price
00:00 / 04:14
Ned Rorem - Laughing Song (Present Laughter, Mvt 4)The Singing Sergeants, Daniel Price
00:00 / 01:42
Randall Thompson - Bitter-SweetThe Singing Sergeants, Daniel Price
00:00 / 03:08
Libby Larsen - Little Boy Blue (Sweet & Sour Nursery Rhymes, Mvt 2)The Singing Sergeants, Daniel Price
00:00 / 03:07
Clifton Williams - Fanfare and AllegroThe USAF Band of Mid-America, Daniel Price
00:00 / 05:50
ChoralSong Rehearsal

Daniel Price, Artistic Director / Conductor

     ChoralSong is a new choir of the Pikes Peak Region founded in the Spring of 2023 which is dedicated first and foremost to enriching the cultural life of its community.  In our inaugural concert season (2023/24), we are excited to present 3 highly engaging and expressive performances designed to attract a broad spectrum of our community.


     While the population of our community has been and is projected to continue growing rapidly for the foreseeable future, the number of choirs in the area has not grown in the last 3 decades.  We believe that as the Pikes Peak Region grows, so should its arts community.  ChoralSong plans not only to be part of that growth, but also to fill a unique niche.


     ChoralSong has positions for 16-20 talented voices that are committed to presenting concerts featuring many styles of music.  As lovers of all kinds of choral music—from Renaissance to Romantic to Gospel to Jazz—our goal is to perform each with the same degree of artistic integrity.  Obviously, this requires a unique choir of matched and flexible singers, with experienced leaders committed to making that vision a reality.


     By keeping our choir small, we can operate efficiently while at the same time keeping our audition standards as high as possible.  Our goal is to build a reputation for excellence that begins here in the Pikes Peak region, and quickly spreads across the nation.


     As ChoralSong looks forward to our first season, we invite you, your family, and friends to come and spend some delightful afternoons and evenings with us.  Stay tuned and for more information, visit the ChoralSong website at:

It’s going to be a grand year for singing!

ChoralSong Rehearsal
Daniel Price Conducts


     An accomplished and award-winning conductor and music director, Daniel Price has led a wide variety of choral and instrumental groups all over the world.  He first earned a Bachelor’s degree in Music Education.  After singing for one season with the Santa Fe Desert Chorale, he led vocal and instrumental programs at the High School, Community, and Collegiate levels for 6 years.  Upon receiving Master's and Doctoral degrees in choral conducting from the College-Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati, Daniel was selected to be the conductor of The United States Air Force Singing Sergeants, a 24-voice professional choir based in Washington, D.C. 

     During his 25-year career in the Air Force he led numerous musical organizations of up to 60 professional musicians with budgets in excess of $1M to present more than 500 performances a year.  He not only was honored by being appointed Air Force Chief of Music, he also led numerous professional ensembles in acclaimed performances at home and abroad.  These included notable performances in the White House and the Naval Observatory for 5 Presidents and Vice Presidents of the United States, a command performance for King Rama IX of Thailand, and numerous Independence Day performances at the Mt Rushmore National Memorial.  After commanding The USAF Academy Band in Colorado Springs for 6 years and then serving as the Assistant Conductor of the Colorado Springs Chorale, he recently became co-founder and Artistic Director of ChoralSong of Colorado Springs, Colorado's newest performing arts organization. 

      An accomplished recording artist, Daniel has led professional musicians in over 15 recording projects, the most recent of which were music videos of Norman Dello Joio’s “Jubilant Song” and Dan Forrest’s “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” with The USAF Academy Band and the Colorado Springs Chorale.  In addition to his formal education, Daniel Price has studied with world-renowned conductors Craig Kirchoff, H. Robert Reynolds, and Robert Shaw.  


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