Daniel Warren

orchestra@uwaterloo Ensemble Director
Daniel Warren


Daniel Warren is a highly sought-after conductor, arranger and trumpet soloist.  He served as Resident Conductor of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony for fourteen years and, more recently, as Creative Advisor and conductor for Orchestra London Canada. Daniel Warren has conducted the Toronto Symphony Orchestra, the National Arts Centre Orchestra, Symphony Nova Scotia, and the Canadian Chamber Ensemble among others. Many of these performances have been heard on CBC radio.

Comfortable with virtually all genres of orchestral music, Warren has conducted many notable opera singers including John Fanning, Gary Relyea, Susan Platts, Donna Bennett, Karina Gauvin, Jane Archibald, Daniel Lichti, Virginia Hatfield, Jennifer Enns Modolo, James McLean, and Mark Dubois.  Other artists include Anne Murray, the Barenaked LadiesRoger Hodgson of Supertramp, Jim Cuddy of Blue Rodeo, Holly ColeLaurence Gowan of Styx, Jeans ‘n Classics and Cirque de la Symphonie

As a conductor and as a trumpet soloist Warren has recorded both on CD and in live television broadcast.  Also active as an arranger, Daniel Warren’s work was recently played by the  Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London, England.  His symphonic arrangements span Classical, Jazz, Broadway and Rock styles.

Daniel Warren was appointed the Director of the orchestra@uwaterloo in September, 2017.