About this Artist
Daniel Bayot (b. 1995) is a composer for concert and film particularly interested in creating works that satisfy the cerebral, visceral, or kinetic facets of a listener’s experience. As a kamaʻaina from Hawaiʻi and an alumnus of the Interlochen Center for the Arts, Daniel is a recipient of the Interlochen Fine Arts Award for Composition in 2012 with works read and performed by a variety of ensembles, including the Interlochen Philharmonic, the World Youth Wind Symphony, members of the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, members of the World Youth Symphony Orchestra, and professional chorus Melemai Kapuʻuwaimai. As a vocalist, Daniel is an active performer of choral and contemporary music and a third of the experimental trio, 3 dB Vocal Ensemble. He is currently pursuing a B.M. in composition at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.