“Dan Tate is a consummate pianist and teacher. He has depths of understanding far beyond his years."
–Seymour Bernstein, NYU Department of Music
Dan Tate is a composer, pianist, and teacher. His eclectic music ranges from soulful to playful, bringing to mind a wide range of artists, from Norah Jones to Michael Bublé to Jason Robert Brown. His debut album Maybe Love explores endings, new beginnings, and the elusive nature of love.
Dan offers piano and composition lessons to students of a wide variety of ages and abilities, teaching on a Bösendorfer M200. He has fifteen years of teaching experience and has studied piano performance and pedagogy with world-renowned teachers. He has received many awards and holds degrees in piano performance and philosophy.