Daniel J Krumm is a percussionist of wide-ranging experience. Equally at home in the symphony orchestra, musical theatre ensemble, samba bateria, salsa band, folklorico, djembefola, chamber ensemble, solo stage or teaching studio, he brings a diverse array of skills and sensibilities to any situation. Having received formal training in percussion during his Undergraduate studies at Iowa State University and a Masters of Music from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dan is now living and working in central Iowa.
Dan currently teaches privately from his home studio, presents masterclasses and clinics throughout the state of Iowa, and is percussion instructor at Des Moines Roosevelt High School, and Grand View University. Dan can be seen and heard in performance with ensembles throughout central Iowa, including the Central Iowa Symphony and the Des Moines Playhouse. He can also be heard on Matthew Coley’s CD, “Souvenirs”, Neil Thornock’s CD “Between the Lines”, and the Heartland Marimba Festival’s inaugural CD, “Heartland Marimba Dances”
David A Steinke is Assistant Director of Bands at Des Moines Roosevelt High School since 2011 and serves as an Instrumental Music Educator teaching primarily Band in the Des Moines Public Schools since 2008.
Mr. Steinke graduated from Iowa State University twice with a Bachelors of Visual Fine Arts in 2000 and a Bachelors in Music Education in 2007. He received his Master’s in Educational Technology from Full Sail University in 2011. Outside of the School year, Mr. Steinke works as a percussion clinician for the DMPS Summer Middle School Band Camp and the Yamaha Sounds of Summer & Cyclone Percussion Academy at Iowa State University. Mr. Steinke is a member of the Percussive Arts Society, the Iowa Band Masters Association, the South Central Iowa Band Masters Association, and Alumni of the Madison Scouts Drum & Bugle Corps. He is co-founder of ConcertCraft Publications, specializing in chamber music for percussion.