|Danny Voris Project
Hometown: Dayton, Ohio, United States
Web site: http://www.myspace.com/dannyvoris, http://www.dannyvoris.com/
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A unique guitarist in the region, Wright State alumnus Danny Voris, musically fulfills audiences with a mixture of exciting guitar playing and talented compositional skills. After graduating WSU in 1989, Danny obtained a teaching position at Sinclair Community College. In the fall of 2000, Danny obtained a scholarship to the graduate program at The University of Akron. After graduating the University of Akron in 2002 with a Master’s degree in Classical Guitar Performance, Danny returned to Dayton. There he began teaching at Jim McCutcheon Music Studios and at The Miami Valley School in Kettering, Ohio. Danny is currently adjunct faculty at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio teaching Classical Guitar In the fall of 2007, Danny became the Minister of Music at Hawker United Church of Christ in Beavercreek, Ohio. Along with his teaching schedule and preparing music for Sunday services, Danny maintains a busy schedule of performing and composing. With his knowledge of classical music along with a background of rock-n-roll, blues and jazz, Danny blends these styles into rolling musical soundscapes. Danny released his first all instrumental record – Moving Through the Ghosts of Trees in 1999. In 2002, Danny simultaneously released The World Outside and Future Site. The World Outside is a collection of tranquil solo compositions on classical guitar while Future Site is an ensemble recording comprised of members of “The Danny Voris Project”. In April of 2004, Danny released his fourth CD titled Onward. This recording displays Danny’s ability on the electric guitar as well as classical guitar. All four CDs consist of all original music written by Danny. In 2003 Danny also added two recordings of Christmas music to his collection titled Christmas Opus 3 and most recently ¬Ornaments. Danny is currently working on the soundtrack for a DVD that will be presented at the 25th Anniversary of The Beavercreek Wetlands. Danny will also be a featured artist in an article being published in an upcoming issue of Soundboard Magazine. Danny is dedicated to writing music that is moving, exciting and well crafted.Danny is also recording and performing with award winning native american flute player " Douglas Bluefeather" They realesed a CD "Rollin Like Thunder" which made it to number 11 on the international new age charts.