With a love for musical storytelling, Danny Gray creates vivid and memorable scores for film and television, the stage, and the concert hall. Blending classical tradition and contemporary innovation, haunting melodies and colorful orchestration, his compositions have been praised as "exceptionally personal... refined music filled with emotion and depth".Danny frequently contributes music to network television shows, including ABC's "Good Morning America", "What Would You Do?" and "20/20". His independent film credits include "The Golden Tree" (Aria Pictures) and "By the Riverside" (NYU Tisch School of the Arts). For the stage, he composed the ballet "Only Photographs" for the Illuminations Dance Company, as well as incidental music to various productions by The Theatre Project, a NYC-based company specializing in staging new works by contemporary playwrights.In the concert hall, Danny's compositions range from introspective solo piano pieces to majestic orchestral scores, often taking inspiration from literary themes or visual art to convey a musical narrative. His musical setting of John Keats' classic poem "La Belle Dame Sans Merci" was featured in April 2007 on WQXR's "Young Artists Showcase", and his choral settings of various biblical Psalms are frequently used in liturgical contexts. Danny holds a B.M. in Composition from the Purchase College Conservatory of Music (State University of New York), and is an active member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP). His debut album, "Erubescent Night", is available for purchase in major online music stores including iTunes and CDBaby. Visit Danny online at www.dannygraymusic.com.