Songwriter Credits (partial list):

Daniel has worked, among others with Marc Anthony, Chayanne, Donato Poveda, Cristian Castro, Olga Tañón, Ednita Nazario, Steven Sater (Spring Awakening), Howie Dorough of The Backstreet Boys, Anthony Federov of American Idol, Amy Sky, Jerry Rivera, Laura Miller, Puerto Rican Power, Freiberg Smith & Jones. Several of Daniel’s songs have reached the highest positions in sales and airplay in the U.S., Spain and Latin America.

Film and TV:

  • HBO Series "The Weight Of The Nation" (original music score composer for Emmy nominated TV series).
  • HBO "Latin Explosion" (original music score composer).
  • National Geographic TV "Sleeples in America" (original music score composer).
  • "Step Up Revolution" (Summit Entertainment, 2012) (songwriter of 3 songs used on 4 of the film's scenes).
  • HBO "El Espíritu De La Salsa" (original music score composer).
  • “Cane” on CBS (songwriter) featuring Jimmy Smits  Hector Elizondo, Nestor Carbonell , Rita Moreno, Lina Esco, Sam Carman, Alona Tal and Polly Walker.
  • Jack and His Friends": original music score composed for this feature film, featuring Allen Garfield (The Majestic, Beverly Hills Cop II), Sam Rockwell (The Green Mile, Matchstick Men, Joshua) and Judy Reyes (Scrubs) . Directed by Bruce Ornstein (1993 theatrical release).
  • "8-A": original music score. Directed by Orlando Jimenez Leal withNestor Almendros as associated producer. R.A.I.(Radio Televizione Italiana), 1992.
  • "We Always Danced”": Original music score for the film directed by Nettie Marquez. (1996).
  • "The Cage": original music score for the thriller directed by Fernando Alcalde (1996).

Album Production Credits (partial list):

Jaguares, Alejandro Lerner, Chayanne, Donato Poveda, Cristian Castro, Amantes de Lola, Jaime López, Freiberg Smith & Jones, JAF, José José, Mijares, Claudia Puyó, Valeria Lynch, Dulce, Microchips, Mimi.

Arranging credits (partial list):

Stephane Grapelli, Paquito D'Rivera, Regina Carter, Howie Dorough of The Backstreet Boys, Paquito D'Rivera and The Wynton Marsalis Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie All Stars Big Band featuring Paquito D'Rivera, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Anthony Federov of American Idol, The Buenos Aires Philharmonic Orchestra, Jazz Sinfónica Orchestra of Sao Paulo-Brazil, Jaguares, Alejandro Lerner, Chayanne, Donato Poveda, Cristian Castro, Jaime López, Conjunto Clásico, Willie Colón, Sophy, Rafael de Jesús, Cheo Feliciano, Claudio Roditi, Freiberg Smith & Johns, José José, Mijares, Microchips, Jorge Calandrelli.

Studio Musician Credits (partial list):

Paquito D'Rivera, Zap Mama, Claudio Roditi, Maureen McGovern, Jaguares, Alejandro Lerner, Chayanne, Donato Poveda, Cristian Castro, Jamaaladeen Tacuma, Amantes de Lola, Yana Purim, Jaime López, JAF, Tony Cimorosi, Kip Hanrahan (featuring Jack Bruce), Freiberg Smith & Jones, Ednita Nazario among others. Piano and keyboard player on hundreds of TV and Radio commercials.

Live Performing (partial list):

  • 2017 World Premiere of Freiberg's Symphony #1 "Northern Journey" with the WDR Cologne Radio Orchestra, conducted by Wayne Marshall. Piano soloist, Daniel Freiberg. Commissioned by the West German Radio.
  • 2017 Live broadcast of the New York premiere of Freiberg's three part suite "Latin American Chronicles for Jazz Sextet" by multi Grammy winner and NEA Jazz Master Paquito D'Rivera and his amazing band featuring Diego Urcola, Alex Brown, Oscar Stagnaro, Mark Walker and Arturo Stable at Jazz At Lincoln Center (New York).
  • 2017 Solo piano concert at Piano Jazz Series @ Arts Club of Washington, DC.
  • 2017 White Plains Jazz Festival with Paquito D'Rivera's Quintet, featuring Diego Urcola (trumpet), Daniel Freiberg (piano) Mark Walker (drums), Zach Brown (bass).
  • 2017 Spanish premiere of Daniel Freiberg's clarinet concerto. Orquesta De Valencia, conductor Vicent Alberola Ferrando and Paquito D'Rivera with Pepe Rivero Quintet. Palau De La Musica de Valencia, Spain.
  • 2017 Panamá premiere of Daniel Freiberg's clarinet concerto “Latin American Chronicles”. Paquito D’Rivera (clarinet), Youth Orquesta of the XI Alfredo de Saint Malo Festival conducted by Felipe Hidalgo. Featuring Alex Brown (piano), Mark Walker (drums) and Zach Brown (bass). Panama.
  • 2017 México premiere of Daniel Freiberg's “Ventanales” for clarinet and symphony orchestra. Paquito D’Rivera (clarinet), Esperanza Azteca Youth Orchestra conducted by Luis Saldaña. Also in the program, Freiberg's arrangement of Astor Piazzolla’s “Revirado”. Sala Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico City
  • 2015 White Plains Jazz Festival with Daniel Freiberg and The South American Jazz Project, featuring: Daniel Freiberg (piano), Tim Armacost (sax), Yotam Silberstein (guitar), Edward Pérez (bass), Eric Doob (drums) .
  • Pianist on two European and 6 North American tours with the Paquito D'Rivera Quintet, featuring Claudio Roditi, Diego Urcola, Ignacio Berroa, Portinho, Mark Walker, Sergio Brandao, Oscar Stagnaro, Fareed Haque and Lincoln Goines.
  • Pianist for Caludio Roditi's Brazilian Jazz Group at 2012 Clifford Brown Jazz Festival (Delaware), Princeton Jazz Fest (New Jersey), West Orange Performing Arts Center, Shanghai Jazz Club (New Jersey) among others.
  • Festival du Jazz de Montreal with the Paquito D'Rivera Quintet.
  • New York J.V.C. Jazz Festival with Paquito D'Rivera and guest Phill Woods
  • Music consultant for concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall, featuring Antonio Carlos Jobim and Gal Costa
  • Princeton University Jazz Festival with the Claudio Roditi Brazilian Jazz Quintet..
  • Live performances with Hendrik Meurkens, Kip Hanrahan, Daniel Ponce, Willy Colón, The Claudio Roditi/ Slide Hampton Quintet, Jorge Dalto (featuring Eddy Gómez), Yana Purim (feat. Lew Soloff), Ed Palermo Big Band, Maureen McGovern, Kenia and others.
  • Keyboard player on Broadway production of Andrew Lloyd Weber and Tim Rice's "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat".
  • New York area performances at The Blue Note, S.O.B’s., Mikell's, Visiones, The Village Gate, The Ballroom, 20/20, Town Hall, N.Y. Brass Conference, The Bitter End, City University of New York.