Danielle is a pianist, instrumentalist, singer, performer, director, and music educator. While studying under Ena Bronstein Barton at Westminster Choir College Conservatory in a program of juried private instruction, she earned first prize in the Merit Award Scholarship competition. She attended Ithaca College School of Music pursuing a bachelor’s degree in piano performance, and finished with a shift into Music Education at the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. Also a thespian, she was Music Director for eight New Jersey community theater productions. She has performed extensively as soloist and accompanist for a variety of musicians and ensembles throughout New Jersey and Maryland, and guest conducted the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra. Since moving to Maryland, she has been a routine music provider at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Frederick. Danielle also plays keyboards and sings in an original rock band. Since 2003, Danielle has owned and operated Grace Note Studies, teaching private piano lessons to over thirty students. She joined the Frederick Chorale in 2012, singing alto, and served as section leader and vice president.