Daniel Lochrie

Clarinet & Bass Clarinet


Daniel Lochrie is a member of the Nashville Symphony clarinet section who also teaches at Belmont University and plays in the faculty woodwind quintet. He holds degrees from the University of Michigan, the Cleveland Institute of Music and Ohio State University, where he was a teaching assistant to James Pyne. He also spent a season with the National Orchestra of New York, studying with Leon Russianoff and performing regularly with the orchestra at Carnegie Hall.

Dan has performed in the Lancaster Festival, the Crested Butte Music Festival, the Corsi Internazionali Di Musica in Urbino, Italy, Belmont Camerata, and the Eastwood Ensemble. Active as a chamber and studio musician in Nashville, other recent performances include the premiere of his own bass clarinet solo work, Garden Intruder, on Belmont’s faculty recital series. He hails from Michigan and is also an avid fan of the Chicago Bears and the Nashville Predators.