A native of Korea, cellist Daeil Yang received his Bachelor of Music and Masters of Music at Aaron Copland School of Music at City University of New York, where he studied with Alexander Kouguell, Vagram Saradjian and Marcy Rosen. He has acquired his Doctorate in cello performance at the University of Rutgers in New Jersey under numerous scholarships.
He has appeared as soloist with orchestras in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut as well as member of Nova Philharmonic, Astoria Symphony, Brooklyn Philharmonic, Bronx Opera, Brooklyn Opera, St. Martin's orchestra, Ensemble 212, Korean Broacasting Symphony Orchestra and have recorded for prestigious SONY label and independent labels.
Over the years Dr. Yang has performed recitals in such venues as carnegie hall, Lincoln center, New Jersey Performing Arts Center, Kaufman center and colden center stages with such diverse artists as Jay-Z during super bowl, Marylin Horne, Wynton Marsalis, Sir Rolland Hannah, and has played for Mayor Giuliani, Bloomberg, Kurt Masur and Lorin Maazel.
Dr. Yang continues to give recitals and chamber music performances throughout the United States, and is an active cellist, teacher and clinician.
Aside from coaching his students on weekly basis, he has a few chamber groups that he performs with regularly (COAX ensemble, Trio Da Camera and Newklang Ensemble). He is a founder and the director of New York Orchestal Society group, and N.Y.O.S. summer festival.
With his growing desire for "amelioration of tone," Bel Canto Rosin company was founded by Dr. Yang in 2016, which is now being used by key members of New York Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Metropolitan Opera, Philadelphia Orchestra and Broadway musicians.