Daniel Fuchs is a violin performer and teacher based in St. John’s, Newfoundland. He performs regularly in solo, chamber music, and orchestral settings locally, as well as in his hometown of Montreal. Currently, he is a substitute violinist in the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra. He also performs with the violin and organ duo Dialogue, the Strong Harbour Strings Collective, and the Jewish music ensemble, Siach Hasadeh. He has been concertmaster of the National Youth Orchestra of Canada, the McGill Sinfonietta and the Montreal Youth Symphony Orchestra, and has played with the Sherbrooke Symphony Orchestra and the Youth Orchestra of the Americas. He has appeared as a soloist with the Lakeshore Chamber Orchestra, the Montreal Youth Symphony Orchestra and the West Island Youth Symphony Orchestra. Daniel completed his Master’s degree in Violin Performance at Memorial University under the instruction of Nancy Dahn, where he was the winner of the 2018 concerto competition. He is currently continuing his studies in Violin Pedagogy at the same institution. Daniel completed his Bachelor’s degree at McGill University’s Schulich School of Music under the direction of Denise Lupien and Thomas Williams. He is performing with a Hill bow, on loan from Memorial University’s Prestige instrument collection.