Dan Siegler is a composer and producer from NYC, He is the owner/operator of Saturnfoot Studios, a vibe-forward, instrument-laden space in Chelsea, NYC.
Siegler's work in film and television includes recent sessions for Showtime's "Nurse Jackie" as well as HBO's "Bored to Death." Siegler composed the score for the documentary "The Other Side of the Street," about legendary journalist Jimmy Breslin and his song, "Maybe" was included in Ted Demme's "Monument Ave."
Siegler is a 2009 Bessie Award winner for composing music for Pam Tanowitz's "Be In The Gray With Me." Siegler's collaborations with Tanowitz have been performed at Central Park Summerstage, Works & Process at The Guggenheim Museum and Jacob's Pillow. In 2012, Siegler was commissioned to write music for the St. Louis Ballet Company, based on the classic song "St Louis Blues" by W.C. Handy.
Siegler was the BMI recipient of The Abe Olman Scholarship for excellence in songwriting from The Songwriters Hall of Fame. He produced and co-wrote songs for "Puzzle," the solo debut of founding Fishbone member Chris Dowd, which featured Jeff Buckley
Name: Dan Siegler
Lives in: New York City, New York
Occupation: Music Composer and Producer
EtM Composer + Choreographer Award administered by Exploring the Metropolis
Wildacres Composer Residency
Bessie Award (New York Dance and Performance Award)