Daria D'Andrea

Daria D'Andrea

Adjunct Instructor, Music

Instructor • Part-Time Faculty

(415) 422-2721 Masonic 203

Biography

Daria D'Andrea performs across stylistic boundaries from 17th century Italian to 21st century tango. Daria plays with the San Francisco Opera Center Orchestra and is a member of the California Symphony, Sacramento Opera / Philharmonic and Fremont Symphony. Her baroque specialist training was in Europe where she toured extensively with the European Baroque Orchestra and studied with leaders in early music: Roy Goodman, Ton Koopman and Jaap Ter Linden. Daria performs with outstanding early music groups such as American Bach Soloists, Philharmonia Baroque, Magnificat and San Francisco Bach Choir. She has specialized in recitals with fortepiano, exploring repertoire of the 18th century. Since 2005 she has been a participant at the biannual Starling-Delay Symposium at the Juilliard School. Daria studied in Oxford, England with Kato Havas, and was a student of Isadore Tinkleman and Paul Hersh at San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and of Al Faruolo at Reed College.

Education
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Reed College
Experience
San Francisco Opera Center Orchestra
California Symphony
Sacramento Opera / Philharmonic
Fremont Symphony
American Bach Soloists
Philharmonia Baroque
Magnificat
San Francisco Bach Choir
Starling-Delay Symposium, Juilliard School
Expertise
17th century Italian
18th century fortepiano
21st century tango
Baroque
Research
17th century Italian
18th century fortepiano
21st century tango
Baroque