Daniella is an Australian/British soprano who completed her postgraduate studies at the Royal Northern College of Music generously supported by the James & Mary Glass Scholarship. She received a Masters of Music and Advanced Graduated Diploma in Performance under the tutelage of Mary Plazas. Whilst as RNCM, Daniella’s roles included Despina (Cosi fan Tutte), Lady Ellington (La Vie Parisienne), La Fée (Cendrillon) and Gretel (Hansel & Gretel).
Before moving to the UK, Daniella trained at The Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts, receiving a Bachelor of Music and Post-Graduate Diploma in Classical Voice under the tutelage of Patricia Price. Whilst at WAAPA, Daniella performed the roles of Belinda (Dido & Aeneas) and Sandman/Dewfairy (Hansel & Gretel).
During her studies Daniella sang for the RNCM Songsters, singing in various art song recitals around the UK. During 2019 she will continue performing with pianists Olivia Dance & Radu Prisada in a number of upcoming concerts.
Daniella has a passion for event planning and in 2014, collaborated with fellow colleague Madeleine Joyce (mezzo-soprano) to plan a fully self devised recital at the West Australian Government House Ballroom. They followed the evening with a second concert in 2015 at one of Perth’s most iconic buildings, the Forrest Chase GPO, joined by associate artist Lochlan Brown (piano) which raised funds for their first year studying abroad.
Daniella is the recipient of numerous prizes and awards which include the WA Young People & The Arts International Award, Amanda Roocroft Prize, The Joyce & Michael Kennedy Strauss Prize, John Cameron Award for Lieder, The Elizabeth Harwood Prize and Robin Kay Memorial Prize.
In 2018, Daniella worked with Clonter Opera for various projects including their School Workshops and Touring Opera Gala. This year she had her debut appearance at the Buxton International Festival this summer, performing the role of ‘Sticks’ in the UK premier of The Orphans of Koombu. Upcoming engagements include Sweeney Todd with Bergen National Opera and Don Giovanni scenes with the Michael Haydn Orchestra.
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