Currently the Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in Interdisciplinary Production and Music Performance Studies at University of Notre Dame, Daniel has worked with production of CDs, concerts and events as well as served as manager for touring groups, opera projects and all sorts of special events.
He worked as producer for the Latin American Music Center (LAMC) at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music from 2009 to 2014. Some projects included executive and musical production of several albums for IUMusic/LAMC, concerts and special events managements as well as organizing visits by national and international scholars and artists.
Through Daniel Stein Projects (DSP) he manages his personal projects in addition to managing and consulting for fellow artists nationally and internationally. In 2011, Daniel was the executive production of the CD Peace for Grammy award winner Sylvia McNair and, in the Spring of 2013, he was the tour manager of the IU String Academy's tour of Argentina and Brazil.
As a producer for conductor Carmen-Helena Tellez's, he has contracted and managed events from concerts and interdisciplinary projects to full opera productions. Some recent projects include interdisciplinary performances of W. A. Mozart's Requiem and R. Eihorn's Voices of Light at the University of Notre Dame, IN and the world-premiere of the operas Rerouted by J. Eaton and the Death of Webern by M. Dellaira at the Symphony Space in New York, NY.
In 2014 he was the executive producer for Mad City Live Tango Festival, where also performed with hist group with Cuarteto Tanguero. Currently he co-directs together with badonenist Ben Bogart the Tanguero Summer Workshop for Musicians, hosted at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music.