Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, saxophonist Daniel Muller is currently enrolled in the Advanced Music Studies program at Carnegie Mellon University. He holds an M.M. from Duquesne University and a B.M. from Baldwin Wallace University. He has studied with James Houlik, Keith Young, and Greg Banaszak, and has played in masterclasses with Tong Yang, Olli-Pekka Tuomisalo, and Doug Masek. He has also studied jazz and composition and is proficient on flute and clarinet. Muller has worked with the Mana Quartet at the 2014 National Music Festival in Chestertown, Maryland and presented his lecture-recital, “The Saxophone and the Third Reich”, at the 2018 Navy Band Saxophone Symposium at George Mason University. Outside of music, he also enjoys learning foreign languages, geography, and birdwatching.