Daniel Watt, a native of Colorado, is an active freelance musician across the Front Range. Mr. Watt serves as principal trombonist with the Wyoming Symphony Orchestra, the Steamboat Springs Orchestra and is second trombonist with the Fort Collins Symphony and the Cheyenne Symphony. He also performs with the Elevation Brass Quintet, the Denver Municipal Bands and acts as substitute musician with the Colorado Symphony, Colorado Ballet, the Denver Brass and Boulder Brass. As an educator, he serves as the brass teaching artist with El Sistema Colorado, low brass coach at Arapahoe High School and joined the faculty of the University of Wyoming in 2016 as instructor of trombone.
Mr. Watt received his Master’s of Music from Northwestern University where he studied with Michael Mulcahy and Peter Ellefson, and his Bachelor’s of Music from the University of Denver where he studied with Dr. Joseph Martin and Warren Deck.