is a jazz, classical, and rock guitarist from Maryland (USA). Keeping an active performing schedule as a band leader and freelance artist, you can find him playing with some of the most celebrated musicians in the local tri-state area and beyond. He has been a guest with esteemed ensembles such as the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and Hub Opera Ensemble, and has performed in great venues in the US and abroad including numerous theaters, universities and clubs. Playing in solo, duo, trio, and quartet jazz settings, he is earning an ever-growing fan base due to his refined and individualistic voice which is influenced by his deep connection to many musical styles. His debut CD, Initial Thoughts, features original compositions for guitar, piano, bass and drums, and has drawn comparisons to music by Pat Metheny.
In addition to performing his own works, Webber has recently commissioned and premiered new music by composers Giorgio Mirto, Michael DeLalla and Cam Millar. The commissions, which bridge the worlds of classical and jazz, written and improvised music, were composed for guitar duet with Webber's duo/life partner, guitarist Candice Mowbray.
When not performing, Danny is Music Division Director and Associate Professor of Music and Humanities at Hagerstown Community College. With degrees in music and the humanities from Shepherd College, Frostburg State University, and Shenandoah Conservatory, Danny teaches a wide range of subjects: History of Jazz, History of Rock and Roll, Intro to Electronic Music, Music Appreciation, and The Arts: A Creative Synthesis (a survey of the arts and ideas of Western Culture).