Daniel Corral is a composer and multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Eagle River, Alaska. His music is a rich collusion of styles, constantly blurring the boundaries between the familiar and foreign, mirroring the diasporic evolution of cultural identity in the twenty-first century. Currently living in Los Angeles, his unique voice finds outlet in puppet operas, accordion orchestras, handmade music boxes, electronic collages, site-specific installations, chamber music, post-punk opera, and inter-disciplinary collaborations. Corral’s music has been commissioned and presented by local venues such as REDCAT, The Hammer Museum, MOCA, Pianospheres Series, Aloud Series, Automata, Machine Project, SASSAS, The Wulf, Pasadena All Saints Choir, USC, CSUN, Calarts, and The Santa Monica GLOW Festival. He received his MFA from Calarts, where he studied with James Tenney, Anne LeBaron, and Morton Subotnick.