Darol Anger’s Age, Net Worth, Wife, & Bio

Darol Anger is a well-known American violinist who is associated with David Grisman Quintet, Mike Marshal (musician), Montreux (band), and Turtle Island Quartet. Besides, Anger is also skillful in playing Fiddle, Cello, and Mandolin and specializes in Chamber jazz, Folk music, New Age music, and Progressive bluegrass.

Darol Anger’s Age, Bio, Family & Education

Darol Anger was born in the year 1953 in San Francisco, California, and is now 68 years old as of 2021. Apart from this, the details about his childhood, family, parents, as well as educational background are not revealed. 

Darol Anger’s Wife and Children

Darol is a very private person and has not mentioned any details regarding his personal life in the media. With that being said, Darol Anger and Emy Phelps have been living together for some years now. 

Emy Phelps is also a musician and has a daughter who is a cellist. The musical duo often collaborates to create a musical masterpiece and often performs together in various shows. Apart from this, there is no information about Anger’s former relationships, engagements, current marriage, wife, and children.

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Darol Anger’s Net Worth

As a renowned musician for over 4 decades, Darol Anger’s net worth has significantly increased over the years. However, the number varies depending on the media source. Thus, the verified details regarding his income and overall wealth are still unknown.

Career 

At the age of 21, Darol Anger made his debut in mainstream music when he joined The David Grisman Quintet as a founding member. During The David Grisman Quintet’s (DGQ) 1977 debut, Anger played the fiddle while David Grisman played mandolin. Since then, he has been active in the music industry for over four decades.

Later, in Paris, Anger met pianist Barbara Higbie and formed a musical collaboration with her. With Mike Marshall, Andy Narell, and Todd Phillips they formed The Darol Anger/Barbara Higbie Quintet two years later. Montreux was the name assigned to the quintet later on. The band dissolved in 1990 after two studio albums. Eventually, in 1985, Darol Anger with his friends David Balakrishnan and Mark Summer formed a String Quartet named Turtle Island Quartet, for which he performed, composed, and arranged.

Under the supervision of luthier Jonathan Cooper, he completed the construction of two violins and was appointed Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music in 2010. Furthermore, In the June of  2011, he started teaching Fiddle at an online music platform called ArtistWorks.

Anger has been affiliated with numerous record labels including Compass Records, Kaleidoscope Records, Rounder Records, and Six Degrees Records to name a few. He lived in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to his current residence in Portland, Maine. He still works with Montreux and fellow Psychograss member Mike Marshall, as well as Barbara Higbie and Michael Manring on occasions.

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