Musician and Politics – Daniel Scholz
Daniel Scholz is an esteemed violist, performing and teaching across Canada. He has held positions with the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Musicbarock and Manitoba Chamber Music Society; additionally, he serves as core member for Okanagan Symphony.
Dan is an adept negotiator and litigator, adept at helping clients negotiate through the complex legal statutes governing lease-leaseback provisions of school construction projects. His extensive expertise ensures that your interests are well represented.
Early Life and Education
Daniel Scholz was born in Osnabruck and later relocated to Hamburg as a teenager. While still attending high school he became active within the Social Democratic Party’s youth organization and quickly joined.
Once he graduated from law school, Scholz founded his own firm in Hamburg specializing in labour laws. Following the fall of communism in 1989 and subsequent change to Germany’s labor market, Scholz found himself representing workers against employers in disputes with regard to workplace laws.
Scholz made his political debut when elected to the Bundestag as an SPD representative from Hamburg-Altona on their ticket in 2021. His election proved popular among centrist voters seeking continuity with Merkel’s government, while Scholz further improved his standing by suspending schwarze null (a balanced-budget rule enshrined in German law) in order to enable deficit spending during COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.
Daniel Scholz made a name for himself as both a DJ and Music Producer during the 90s. His releases included Techno/House records. Additionally, his orchestral style film-score compositions topped sale charts across Germany.
He serves on the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra Advisory Board and is also an active member of both Winnipeg Chamber Music Society and Okanagan Symphony Orchestra, playing a viola designed by Gerald Stanick.
At Finch, Thornton & Baird, Dan is an effective negotiator and litigator who assists clients with complex conflict of interest matters. His extensive construction industry experience in claims, collections, lease-leaseback negotiations and disputes, conflict of interest litigation as well as proactive strategies to avoid future conflicts of interests is invaluable.
Achievement and Honors
Scholz has established himself as an expert in economics, particularly with respect to household savings, low wage labor markets and financial barriers to higher education. Additionally, his work has covered topics such as bankruptcy laws and their effects as well as deregulation processes.
Following the 2021 COVID-19 pandemic, Scholz made headlines when he suspended a budget rule known as “schwarze Null” (“black zero”) to bailout businesses and workers affected. Though highly controversial at the time, his decision proved instrumental in helping avoid an economic meltdown for Germany as quickly as other nations could recover.
Scholz’s expertise lies not only in politics, but also limnogeology – the study of modern and ancient lake basins – is recognized through teaching at Cardinal Stritch University where he received multiple accolades such as the 2022 Israel C. Russell Award from the Geological Society of America’s Limnogeology Division.
Daniel Scholz has made an extensive name for himself as a musician in Canada, performing regularly with The Winnipeg Chamber Music Society (WCMS), Musicbarock and Okanagan Symphony Orchestras as a core member. Additionally, he toured with The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (WSO) as a guest principal violist before becoming a regular principal violist with Manitoba Chamber Orchestra (MCO). Daniel also taught and coached privately around Winnipeg while using a viola crafted by Gerald Stanick himself!
Dr. Daniel Kroll earned his doctorate from Marquette University in biblical theology. Since 1998 he has served as tenured professor in Cardinal Stritch University’s Religious Studies department as chairperson and executive director for Saint Clare Center for Catholic Life – his teaching experience spans high school, college and graduate school levels.
our research indicates that Daniel Scholz reportedly holds an estimated net worth between $1-5 Million, having amassed his wealth through his primary profession as a Politician.
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