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Soprano Danielle Musick recently received her Master of Music degree from the Manhattan School of Music in New York. While at MSM, she performed the role of Adamo in the New York premier of Alessandro Scarlatti’s Il Primo Omicidio.

Since graduation, Danielle has performed in various concert halls and with opera companies across the United States and in Europe, including Lincoln Center, the Volksoper Weimar, American Opera Singers' Project, the New York Public Library Concert Opera Series, as well as the Teatro Sociale and Montegridolfo in Italy.

While in New York, she appeared in the world premier of Evan Hause’s American opera Nightingale: The Last Days of James Forrestal and was reviewed by Opera News, which stated her voice "lent special glow in the Sophocles lament.”

Equally at home on the concert stage, Danielle's repertoire includes Mozart's Exsultate, jubilate and Great Mass in C Minor, Mahler's Symphony No. 4, Handel's Messiah and Vivaldi's Gloria.

Her operatic repertoire includes: Marzelline in Fidelio, Pamina, First Lady and Papagena in Die Zauberflöte,  Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro, Gretel in Hänsel und Gretel, Sophie in Werther, Marianne in Der Rosenkavalier,   Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Laurie in The Tender Land and Josephine in HMS Pinafore.

Her training includes young artist programs such as Opera in the Ozarks, Intermezzo, the Opera Company of Brooklyn and most recently, Lyric Opera Studio Weimar, where she sang Despina at the Volksoper Weimar.

Danielle completed her undergraduate degree at Kansas State University, where she was the winner of the Aria/Concerto Competition.

Danielle made her Berlin recital debut in 2016 with a program of Schubert lieder. That same year, she joined the Berlin summer music festival International Opera Projects, in their premier season, singing in their gala concert and covering Fiordiligi in their production of Così fan tutte. In early 2018, she participated in Sir Malcolm Martineau’s Song Program in Crear, Scotland. In April of that year, she participated in the Berlin Song Festival Masterclass with Caroline Dowdle.   

Currently based in Berlin, Danielle made her debut with Theater Rudolstadt as Donna Elvira in Mozart's Don Giovanni in February 2020. In 2021, she was chosen as a grant recipient by the Kansas Cultural Trust. Her debut as Fiordiligi with theater mon ami in Weimar, scheduled for November 2021, was cancelled due to COVID. 

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