Daniel Mallampalli serves as Senior Programming Manager of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, implementing Maestro Gustavo Dudamel’s artistic vision while overseeing orchestral programming at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Hollywood Bowl and beyond. As such, he is responsible for orchestral programs at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Hollywood Bowl, as well as beyond; orchestral programs must engage guest conductors, soloists, vocal casting coordinating across LA Phil venues as well as creating concert programs with guest conductors/soloists/solists with vocal casting across LA Phil venues as well as being in charge of Dudamel Fellowship program, offering assistantship opportunities to young conducting talent; research interests include cell/molecular biology related to ALI and sepsis related conditions.
Mark and Arlyne have three children together. His research interests lie in pulmonary molecular and cell biology, particularly mechanisms associated with acute lung injury and sepsis. His laboratory developed first-in-class oral ubiquitin E3 ligase inhibitors that have shown promise in preclinical models of acute lung injury (ALI) and multi-organ failure. Furthermore, as Senior Programming Manager of the Los Angeles Philharmonic orchestra he is responsible for carrying out maestro Gustavo Dudamel’s vision while overseeing concert programming at Walt Disney Concert Hall/Hollywood Bowl/Other venues as well.