Daniel Haas Salary, Net Worth, Age, Height, Family & More!
Daniel Hass is a pain management specialist practicing in Iron Mountain, Michigan. He earned his degree at Wayne State University in 1987.
He has advised hundreds of private equity funds and investors across the US, Europe, and Latin America on asset class strategy, fund operations, investment deal generation, strategic due diligence reviews, portfolio company improvement efforts and overall company enhancement strategies.
Early Life and Education
Daniel had an early affinity for construction. By 14, he had completed and flown a model airplane he made himself. Daniel also revealed an aptitude for design, becoming adept at crafting gold jewelry and gemstone designs for himself and others.
Daniel Hass has performed both as a soloist and chamber musician throughout Canada, the United States and Israel. He has taken part in master classes with world-renowned cellists such as Gary Hoffman, Ralph Kirshbaum and Janos Starker; furthermore he graduated with distinction from Juilliard School of Music as a Kovner Fellow studying under Itzhak Perlman.
James has an enthusiastic commitment to community outreach, regularly performing with Concerts in Motion – a non-profit offering live house concerts to elderly and socially isolated people – as well as founding Renaissance Quartet, alongside violinist Randall Gooby, Jeremiah Blacklow, and Jameel Martin (violist).
Daniel has performed as a soloist across Canada, the US and Israel and founded Renaissance String Quartet. In addition, he has attended master classes with world renowned cellists such as Itzhak Perlman, Gary Hoffman Ralph Kirshbaum and Janos Starker; also being honored to receive Juilliard’s Kovner Fellowship award.
He has served as mentor with Las Vegas Young Artists Orchestra since 2018. Additionally, he possesses extensive teaching experience.
As an active member of Harmony Program in New York City – an education non-profit for music education – and Concerts in Motion (a non-profit that brings live music to elderly and socially isolated individuals), he has taught an increasing number of private students.
Achievement and Honors
Daniel Haas took first prize at the 2016 Stulberg International String Competition held in Kalamazoo, US and also won a bursary from Canada Council for the Arts/NYO Canada to recognize outstanding young Canadian classical musicians.
His concerts can be found across Canada, the US, Europe and Israel. Additionally, he serves as a weekly performer with Concerts in Motion in New York City; providing live house concerts to senior citizens and socially isolated people in need.
He was honored with the Hans Hass Fifty Fathoms Award, given annually to individuals who have made significant contributions to our understanding of oceanography. Aside from being an ocean expert, Hans was renowned as a carpenter, scholar, cook, adventurer, dreamer, dreamer of music making. He believed in living life to the fullest by sharing his talents with everyone he encountered.
Daniel graduated from Denfeld High School in 1979 and worked in printing and journalism. He served as writer/photographer for local newspaper The Criterion as well as camera work for KDLH-TV. Daniel was actively involved in Bnei Akiva as well as volunteering his services at summer camps as counselor. An avid reader who loved genealogy research; Daniel left behind 10 nieces and nephews.
Daniel Hass has been commissioned as a composer by organizations including the Glenn Gould Foundation, Revolve Dance Project and Tribeca New Music. He won first prize gold at Stulberg International String Competition as well as being awarded Canada Council for the Arts’ Michael Measures Prize. Daniel founded Renaissance Quartet with violinist Randall Goosby and Jeremiah Blacklow as violinists as well as violist Jameel Martin as its violists.
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Daniel S Haas has traded LEVI shares over 20 times since 2019 according to Form 4 filings with the SEC, with 1,000,000 units valued at over $17M being purchased on December 13, 2019, while 41,278 units were sold most recently on May 11, 2021.
Daniel Haas has made his mark as an actor on TV shows, theater productions, feature films, cellist performances and numerous awards throughout his career. Married for more than 15 years to longtime partner Irene and with two children together.