Daniel Bauch serves as the Assistant Principal Timpanist and Section Percussionist with the Boston Symphony. Previously, he held the same position with the Detroit Symphony where he co-founded New Music Detroit, a contemporary chamber group comprised of Detroit Symphony players.

Bauch has also appeared as a guest performer with the New York Philharmonic, Boston Ballet, and Marlboro Festival Orchestra. While studying in New York, he performed in concert with pianist Mauricio Poulini, as part of a Carnegie Hall Perspectives Series, premiered a new work by Osvaldo Golijov, with Dawn Upshaw and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra in Carnegie Hall, and recorded a CD with the New York New Music Ensemble released on Albany Records.

Bauch has given masterclasses in both the U.S. and Canada, and currently serves during the summer as a percussion faculty member for the Boston University Tanglewood Institute.

B.M., The Juilliard School. M.M., Boston University. Timpani and percussion studies with Daniel Druckman, Timothy Genis, Will Hudgins, Roland Kohloff, and Mitchel Peters. Fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center, and the Music Academy of the West, Santa Barbara.