Daniel Shineberg is presenting:
Originally from Wyoming, Daniel Shineberg is an active freelance flutist, teacher, and music therapist in the Kansas City area. In 2010 he earned a Bachelor of Music degree from the University of Wyoming and in 2012 he completed a Master of Music degree in Flute performance Boise State University, where he won the 2011 Concerto/Aria Competition. In the summers of 2013 and 2014, he participated in the Young Artist Seminar at Rock Ridge Music Center, where he also served as a counselor. In 2015, he presented at the National American Music Therapy Association conference and served as a member of the Midwest AMTAS student board from 2015-2017. His current research interests and projects in music therapy include interventions using Rap and Hip Hop in clinical sessions, as well as the use of vibroacustic therapy and guided body mediations for adolescents at risk. He recently presented this research with CharCarol Fisher, MA, MT-BC at the 2018 Midwest AMTAS conference. Currently, Daniel is in his fourth season as Principal Flutist of the Heritage Philharmonic Orchestra in Independence, Missouri, where he recently performed as a soloist. A graduate student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, Conservatory of Music and Dance, Daniel is completing his Master of Arts in Music Therapy and a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in Flute performance. His primary flute teachers include Mary Posses, Jill Felber, Claudia Anderson, Jan Gippo, Erich Graf, and Nicole Riner. Daniel's music therapy research is currently supervised by Dr. Robert Groene and Dr. Amy Robertson.