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Alongside performing, Daniella is committed to making opportunities and producing performance platforms. Over the last few years she has collaborated with various artists and other creatives to devise unique events particularly in Perth, Western Australia. Since 2022, Daniella has been the Artistic Director of Bloomhouse Projects and now curates events through that platform. 

24 FEBRUARY 2022


Bloom is a multidisciplinary concert including chamber music, art song and visual art that is inspired and centred around the imagery of flowers. With art from Jules Hancock and Honeybunch botanicals, performers include Daniella Sicari, Adrian Soares (WA Opera Young Artist), Darlington Quartet and rising star Jesse Chester-Browne.  The programme celebrates female composers from the past and current including local composer Emma Jayakumar. This event will be held at Moana Hall for one night only.

For more about this event, click here.


10-11 FEBRUARY 2022


We had such a great time with Let's Misbehave! that we decided to come back for round 2... this time with tunes from Judy Garland. This show is part of Fringe World Perth and will be performed at Lyric's Underground. 


This event was co-produced with Caitlin Cassidy.

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30 JANUARY 2022

Audition Wkshp 

When I went to the UK for my Masters auditions I realised I hadn't had much experience with singing in front of unknown faces in unfamiliar venues... let alone in a new city. I had always auditioned in the same space with people I was comfortable around. In these workshops, Caitlin Cassidy and I will be working with young singers on how to be confident and best prepare for 'audition seasons' as well as how to adapt when things don't quite go to plan. Joined by Marilyn Phillips, we will be leading the workshop with mock auditions, audition talk as well as sharing advice and tips that we have learnt from our experiences in the UK and US. 

For more info on this project, click here.


27-30 JANUARY 2021

Side by Side 

Classical meets Cabaret. Sopranos Daniella Sicari and Eimear Foley joined be fellow WAAPA graduate Joshua James Webb, created a show exploring the music and female characters of Stephen Sondheim. These performers returned to Perth from England and Victoria when their work began to be cancelled due to COVID-19. Side by Side was held at Downstairs at the Maj over four nights (sold out) for the Perth Fringe Festival.

This event was sponsored by Opera Lovers WA and Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries. 

For more about this event including reviews and photos, click here

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16 JANUARY 2021


This concert was the brain-child of three singer friends who met at WAAPA studying in the Classical Voice Department, though all three also had a concurrent love for jazz singing.


Caitlin Cassidy and I were sitting in our quarantine rooms waiting to be let out into WA and thought it might be an idea to do a Christmas Jazz Show. After a sell out show, we were invited to return in the New Year and decided to do a night at the Fringe Festival. 

This event was sponsored by Champagne Couture, Guzman y Gomez and a private sponor. 

For more about this event, click here

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I'll Be Home for Christmas

After an interesting year for the arts in 2020, I found myself back in WA just like many other Australian travelling artists. Caitlin Cassidy had also just returned from the east coast and so we decided to plan an event with our friend and colleague, Alessandro Pittorino who had spent the last few years in New York. 


‘I’ll be Home For Christmas’ was a concert that celebrated three Perth artists returning home to share their talents. It was performed at St Mary's Anglican church in South Perth. This event was sponsored by LAVAN Legal and ILKA. 

For more about this event, click here

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10 JULY 2015


In July 2015, Madeleine Joyce, Lochlan Brown and I devised a fund-raising concert to go towards our Masters degrees. We turned the beautiful Forrest Chase GPO building into a performance space. Our major sponsors were Brookfield Complex and Australia Post, along with multiple minor sponsors. We sold 300 tickets and raised $8,500.

Special thanks to Charming Chairs, Champagne Couture, Jack in the Box, Kristyn Rowland Photography, Museo Hair & Spa and Flametree wines. 

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15 AUGUST 2014


In August 2014, Madeleine Joyce and I held on a concert at The Government House Ballroom to help us with our future study plans. This concert was primarily sponsored by The Government House Foundation and Mair & Co. along with multiple minor sponsors including Champagne Couture and Burlesque Furniture. We sold 200 tickets and raised $4,500.

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