Daniel Foose is a bassist, composer and producer, who lives in New York City. With his nimble ear, strong groove, and inventive improvisations and compositions, Daniel is at home in many musical settings. He has performed and recorded alongside some of New York’s most notable musicians including Kenny Werner, John McNeil, John Riley, Oscar Castro-Neves, Matt Wilson, Shawn Pelton, Wycliffe Gordon, Brad Shepik, Dave Eggar, Diane Moser, Cynthia Scott, Gilad Heckselman, and Billy Drewes, among many others. In addition to leading his own groups and co-leading The Gold Magnolias, he is currently working as a member of many bands of various styles including The Brooklyn Jazz Orchestra, The Tammy Scheffer Sextet, Kelsey Jillette’s Americas Project, Professor Cunningham and his Old School, The Manhattan Dolls, The Nightingale Jazz Band, Fluer Seule, Svetlana and the Delancy Five, and the Nobuki Takamen Trio. He has toured Europe, Asia, and throughout North America and been twice awarded third place at the International Society of Bassists' jazz competition in 2013 and 2005. Daniel has performed at many of the worlds most notable venues including, The Blue Note, The 55 Bar, Smalls, The Lenox Lounge, and the North Sea Jazz Festival.