Violist Dan Sigale has played with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra since 1998. Before coming to Texas, he played with The Phoenix Symphony for two seasons.
Dan is the director and of the Spectrum Chamber Music Society, Fort Worth’s oldest continual chamber music series, in which he is also a frequent performer. He was a founding member of the chamber music group, Hall Ensemble, and has been a featured artist for Basically Beethoven, the University of Texas at Arlington Guest Violist series and the Dallas Public Library recital series.
Born and raised in the Chicagoland area, Dan earned his Bachelor of Music Performance from DePaul University, his Master of Music Performance from Northwestern University, and did post-graduate work the University of Notre Dame, where he also got to fulfill his dream of being a classical music radio announcer.
In his spare time, Dan is captain of a weekly trivia team made up of FWSO musicians and other friends. He also takes kickboxing classes, and likes to spend time with his two dogs, Samson and Bundit.