He began studying classical music on piano and saxophone. By age sixteen, Dany Doriz was introduced to the vibraphone. The mellow tones of the metal bars and tubes allured Dany to the point where he concentrated all of his musical efforts on the vibes.
Encouraged by legend, jazz violinist, Stephane Grappelli and by Memphis Slim, Dany toured France and Europe in concert. The tours led to national acclaim and in 1975 Dany had great pleasure of meeting Lionel Hampton, the greatest vibraphonist all time. A friendship developed and soon Dany joined Hampton and his band touring Europe. The tour led to a record session for Barclay records.
Dany has enjoyed an impressive career where he has performed with such notables as: Bill Coleman, Ray Bryant, Cat Anderson, Milt Buckner, Hal Singer, Illinois Jacquet, Al Grey, Harry ?Sweets? Edison, Benny Bailey, Arnett Cobb, Clark Terry, Red Holloway, Buster Cooper, Butch Miles, Wild Bill Davis and Eddie Jones.
In a special issues of Jazz Hot Magazine in 1997 dedicated to vibraphone, Dany had the honor of being on the cover.
Dany Doriz is the musical director of the famed Paris nightclub, ?Caveau de la Huchette? where he performs to packed audiences when he is not on the road.