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Soprano Danielle Davis is noted for her “high pure notes” that she “delivers with power and sustainability”. Under the instruction of Val Underwood, she’s given acclaimed performances at Carnegie Hall – where she was hailed as a stand out who sings “with authority and good dynamic control”, Lincoln Center, and in Hawai’i. Davis is renowned for bringing her performances to both opera veterans and novices alike. She invigorates what was once thought of as a boring art form, and forges a new found love for the craft in all populations, across generations, cultures and creeds.

She was most recently seen as Sieglinde in Wagner’s “Die Walküre” with ConcertOpera Philadelphia under the baton of Yoonhak Baek. Davis then covered the role of Mary Queen of Scots for a NY concert, Celebrating Thea Musgrave at 90, in May 2018. In July of 2017 she performed the title role in Puccini’s “Suor Angelica” under the stage direction of LA Opera’s Peabody Southwell and baton of The Metroploitan Opera’s Thomas Bagwell, opposite The Metropolitan Opera’s Tamara Mumford.

Credits include: Sieglinde (Die Walküre), Tosca, Cio-Cio San (Madama Butterly), Turandot, Chysothemis (Elektra), Giorghetta (Il Tabarro), Suor Angelica, and Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte). Davis has sung in notable venues internationally and worked with such acclaimed artists as Peter Mark, Jeanine Altmeyer, Ricky Ian Gordon, Linda Watson, and Elizabeth Hagedorn. She appeared as a Guest Artist at the Hawai’i Performing Arts Festival and with The Metropolitan Opera Guild’s “Masterly Singers Series”, as well as in Austria with the AIMS Festival Orchestra. She has been awarded 1st place, finalist, and semi-finalist titles in various competitions throughout the United States and Europe, and was a finalist for 2018’s Best Singer of Long Island.

Davis received her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Aaron Copland School of Music. Davis has sung in various choral works, and performed solos in Vivaldi’s Magnificat, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, and Verdi’sRequiem. She has also appeared in numerous musical theatre productions (“Little Shop of Horrors”, “Bye Bye Birdie”, “The Sound of Music”, “Guys and Dolls”, the American premier of “Jeremy and The Thinking Machine”), and the lead in an original drama (“Spat: Motel Scenes”). She graduated from the Nassau BOCES Cultural Arts Center as a voice major and dance minor in 2004. Davis has 16 years of dance experience (ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, pointe, hip-hop, modern), including 5 years of competitive dancing, and studying with such teachers as Marshall Davis Jr.

Atop a voluptuous performance career, Danielle often participates in arts administration and behind the scenes work. She was both the Admissions Director & Assistant to the Artistic Director of the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival for 2 years, and is Acting Artistic Director of Opera Night, Long Island. Ms. Davis also dedicates time to helping local artists and art organizations to achieve their goals. She often assists with completing their projects or events, and avidly supports emerging professionals around Long Island.

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Unlock the Voice
$60 or more per month
Access to Private Videos of Performances
Comp Ticket
$100 or more per month
A complimentary ticket to an upcoming performance.
Private Concert
$1,000 or more per month
Schedule a private concert for yourself, family, and friends. (Tri-State Area - others + travel & accommodations)
Soprano Danielle Davis is noted for her “high pure notes” that she “delivers with power and sustainability”. Under the instruction of Val Underwood, she’s given acclaimed performances at Carnegie Hall – where she was hailed as a stand out who sings “with authority and good dynamic control”, Lincoln Center, and in Hawai’i. Davis is renowned for bringing her performances to both opera veterans and novices alike. She invigorates what was once thought of as a boring art form, and forges a new found love for the craft in all populations, across generations, cultures and creeds.

She was most recently seen as Sieglinde in Wagner’s “Die Walküre” with ConcertOpera Philadelphia under the baton of Yoonhak Baek. Davis then covered the role of Mary Queen of Scots for a NY concert, Celebrating Thea Musgrave at 90, in May 2018. In July of 2017 she performed the title role in Puccini’s “Suor Angelica” under the stage direction of LA Opera’s Peabody Southwell and baton of The Metroploitan Opera’s Thomas Bagwell, opposite The Metropolitan Opera’s Tamara Mumford.

Credits include: Sieglinde (Die Walküre), Tosca, Cio-Cio San (Madama Butterly), Turandot, Chysothemis (Elektra), Giorghetta (Il Tabarro), Suor Angelica, and Fiordiligi (Così fan tutte). Davis has sung in notable venues internationally and worked with such acclaimed artists as Peter Mark, Jeanine Altmeyer, Ricky Ian Gordon, Linda Watson, and Elizabeth Hagedorn. She appeared as a Guest Artist at the Hawai’i Performing Arts Festival and with The Metropolitan Opera Guild’s “Masterly Singers Series”, as well as in Austria with the AIMS Festival Orchestra. She has been awarded 1st place, finalist, and semi-finalist titles in various competitions throughout the United States and Europe, and was a finalist for 2018’s Best Singer of Long Island.

Davis received her Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance from the Aaron Copland School of Music. Davis has sung in various choral works, and performed solos in Vivaldi’s Magnificat, Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms, and Verdi’sRequiem. She has also appeared in numerous musical theatre productions (“Little Shop of Horrors”, “Bye Bye Birdie”, “The Sound of Music”, “Guys and Dolls”, the American premier of “Jeremy and The Thinking Machine”), and the lead in an original drama (“Spat: Motel Scenes”). She graduated from the Nassau BOCES Cultural Arts Center as a voice major and dance minor in 2004. Davis has 16 years of dance experience (ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, pointe, hip-hop, modern), including 5 years of competitive dancing, and studying with such teachers as Marshall Davis Jr.

Atop a voluptuous performance career, Danielle often participates in arts administration and behind the scenes work. She was both the Admissions Director & Assistant to the Artistic Director of the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival for 2 years, and is Acting Artistic Director of Opera Night, Long Island. Ms. Davis also dedicates time to helping local artists and art organizations to achieve their goals. She often assists with completing their projects or events, and avidly supports emerging professionals around Long Island.

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Tiers
Signed Headshot
$30 or more per month
Unlock the Voice
$60 or more per month
Access to Private Videos of Performances
Comp Ticket
$100 or more per month
A complimentary ticket to an upcoming performance.
Private Concert
$1,000 or more per month
Schedule a private concert for yourself, family, and friends. (Tri-State Area - others + travel & accommodations)