Ear Meal

Weekly, live performances by experimental musicians.

Daniel Corral

Daniel Corral is a composer and multi-instrumentalist born and raised in Eagle River, AK. Currently residing in the L.A. area, his unique voice has found a diverse range of outlets. He has accompanied avante-garde puppetry all across the USA, had his music performed by an orchestra riding the Santa Monica Pier Ferris Wheel, been featured at a USC faculty concert of original player piano music, displayed his massive multi-movement music boxes at galleries all over Los Angeles, composed for a number of films and dance performances, and much more.

Daniel composes and arranges for Timur and the Dime Museum, also playing accordion, toy piano, and ukulele. He is currently collaborating with designer Caitlin Lainoff on a puppet opera for The Dime Museum that will premiere in the fall of 2011. He recently founded Free Reed Conspiracy, an accordion quartet dedicated to contemporary music.

His award winning instrumental works have been premiered by ensembles such as the California EAR Unit, Aspen Academy Orchestra, and New Century Players. The LA Times called Daniel’s player piano piece Eraser, “fascinating – true eye music.”

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