Danielle Sampson has performed with Boston Early Music Festival, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Seattle Opera, California Bach Society, Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, and Early Music Vancouver among others. Her most recent live performances included a semi-staged production of Isabella Leonarda works entitled “Eternal Beloved” with Pacific MusicWorks alongside countertenor Reginald L. Mobley, and Bach’s Magnificat and Wachet Auf with the Byrd Ensemble and Pacific Baroque Orchestra, both in the fall of 2019. She then rang in the holiday season with Pacific MusicWorks in their annual Navidad! Christmas music concert, and Early Music Vancouver’s “Festive Cantatas.” She enjoyed a handful of boisterous Jarring Sounds house concerts (with Adam Cockerham on guitar, theorbo, baroque guitar, and lute) in California just before live concerts were cancelled for the foreseeable future. She sings frequently with Seattle’s Byrd Ensemble and Pacific MusicWorks. Danielle received her BM from the University of Denver’s Lamont School of Music and her MM from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. She lives in Seattle with her husband and two children.