Daeil Yang has played for Mr. Giuliani, Mr. Bloomberg, and has featured on numerous occasions for universities throughout the years and gave chamber music recitals with fine musicians as well as with several orchestras as well as recording for prestigious SONY and independent labels.
He has appeared as soloist with numerous orchestras in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut as well as member of Nova Philharmonic, Queens philharmonic, Royal Philharmonic, Astoria Symphony, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Bronx Opera, Brooklyn College Opera, St. Martin's Ensemble 212, NY Soloist Ensemble, Garden State Opera, Rutgers Symphony Orchestra, Rutgers Opera, KBS Symphony Orchestra, New York Symphony and is currently establishing a career in chamber music as well as nourishing his students.
He has played for Amy Camus (Long Island philharmonic), Mischa Quint, Vladimir Zyskind (Manhattan School), Vagram Saradjian (Moscow Conservatory, Houston), Alexander Kouguell (Baltimore symphony, Peabody Conservatory), Lawrence Dutton (Emerson Quartet), Daniel Philips (Orion Quartet), Erick Bartlett (New York Phil), Timothy Eddy (Juilliard), Marion Feldman (Manhattan School of Music), Marcy Rosen (Harvard, Mannes, and Mendelssohn string quartet), Tim Cobb (Metropolitan Opera), Min Kwon (Rutgers), Daniel Epstein (Rutgers), Todd Philips (Orion Quartet) and Currently finishing his D.M.A. degree in cello performance at University of Rutgers under the instruction of Jonathan Spitz (New Jersey Symphony, Orpheus Chamber Orchestra)
His recent projects include
Dreaming Butterfly Albums(C.C.M.), Jinyoung Kim's A Singing letter Album, Brahms sextet project with Jonathan Spitz, Schumann piano quintet project with Min Kwon at the Taiwanese cultural center in NYC and two performances of Beethoven Triple Concerto with New York Symphony and New York Orchestral Society which he himself founded in 2010.