Performing Arts
Daria  D'Andrea

Daria D'Andrea

Adjunct Professor, Music

Daria D'Andrea performs with both 'period' and modern ensembles. Daria studied in Oxford, England with noted pedagogue Kato Havas. She is an alumna of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and Reed College.   She's a member of the Sacramento Philharmonic and the California Symphony and plays with the San Francisco Opera Center Orchestra.  As a baroque specialist on violin and viola, Daria has performed with outstanding early music ensembles including American Bach Soloists, Philharmonia Baroque, Magnificat, Jubilate, and San Francisco Bach Choir. While living in Oxford, England, Daria toured Europe extensively with the European Community Baroque Orchestra. She enjoys performing solo recitals with fortepiano, exploring solo and chamber literature of the late 18th century in particular. Daria has been teaching at the University of San Francisco since 2002. She teaches private lessons at the San Francisco Waldorf Schools.  Daria has been a clinician, most recently giving a clinic on baroque bowing and style to high school string players.