Daniel Gee, M.M.

Assistant Professor of Music

Office Location

Music Building 209

Office Available

By Appointment


Choral Conducting, Orchestral Conducting, Composition


Daniel Gee is Assistant Professor of Music at Westmont College, where he conducts the College Choir, Chamber Singers and Westmont Orchestra. Actively and equally engaged in both choral and orchestral worlds, Daniel currently serves as Associate Conductor of Orange County’s Choral Arts Initiative and as Assistant Conductor for the Long Beach Symphony. His breadth of conducting experience has ranged from professional ensembles to church and community groups, as well as educational settings.  Recent engagements, locally and abroad, have included guest conducting the Global Harmony Symphony of Orange County, coaching cello sectionals for the Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestras, and leading vocal and conducting masterclasses at the 2018 Simpósio de Música hosted by the Assemblies of God Denomination in Jundiaí, Brazil. He is grateful to include Jo-Michael Scheibe, Cristian Grases, Eckart Preu, Larry Livingston, and Michael Shasberger, among many others, as his conducting mentors, and he is currently completing his Doctor of Musical Arts at the University of Southern California.

As a composer, Professor Gee has fulfilled several commissions for ensembles in the Santa Barbara and Los Angeles music communities, including the Santa Barbara Quire of Voyces, the Westmont Orchestra and College Choir, and the Westridge School Chamber Orchestra. His choral music has been published by Colla Voce Music on the Jo-Michael Scheibe Choral Series. Composition mentors have included Sean Friar, Morten Lauridsen, and Steve Butler. 

A proud Westmont alumnus of 2013, Professor Gee was a Monroe Scholar and graduated as First Senior, with departmental honors in both music composition and philosophy.  As a graduate student at the University of Southern California, he has served as Associate Conductor of both the Apollo Men’s Chorus and the Oriana Women’s Choir, for which he commissioned and premiered a new choral work for treble voices and piano by composer Emma Lou Diemer.