Danielle Eva Schwob

Described as a “genre-bending, worldly musical chameleon” (TimeOut NY) Danielle Eva Schwob is a London-born but NYC-based composer, arranger, guitarist and singer. Successfully establishing a multi-faceted career that spans the worlds of contemporary classical, pop and film, she has made a name for herself as a “notable cross-genre composer” (The New Yorker) with “deep roots in rock music” (The New York Times).

Active as a guitarist, orchestrator and arranger, Danielle has worked on projects with artists including Philip Glass and Tara Hugo, Ben Folds and The Pogues. She also serves as Artistic Director of SYZYGY New Music, an award-winning cross-genre collective that promotes adventurous new music. Forthcoming projects include the release of two new albums – one pop and one classical – as well as a new work for solo harp commissioned by harpist Caroline Cole (Astral Artists).

WildKat PR worked with Danielle on the world premiere of Three Self Portraits: an intimate, introspective triptych of solo pieces inspired by the works of David Hockney, Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon. The world premiere took place at Roulette, Brooklyn on 19th Aril 2015 and with prominent new music soloists Vicky Chow (piano), Jennifer Choi (violin) and Michael Nicolas (cello).


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