MUSE is very pleased to welcome Danielle Steele as interim director for our March concerts. Danielle serves as the Assistant Director of Choral Activities at Earlham College where she directs the Women’s Chorus and Gentlemen’s Ensemble as well as assists with Concert Choir and Madrigal Singers. Danielle’s ensembles recently toured the East Coast and Midwest, performing in Philadelphia, New York City, Washington D.C., Cincinnati, Indianapolis and Chicago. Danielle also teaches courses in vocal performance and sight singing as well as supervises independent studies on conducting and research.
Danielle received her education at Butler University and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music where she obtained her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in vocal performance with a specialization in opera and art song. She is currently pursuing her doctorate in choral conducting.
On March 4 and 5 MUSE raises her voice, under the direction of Danielle Steele, interim director, to present a tapestry of multicultural lullabies and protest songs honoring the way women have always lead purposeful action to address inequality in hope of a better future for their communities, their children and themselves. Earlham College Women's Chorus will join MUSE for the second half of the program. The concert will close with a sing-a-long of The Women’s March anthem “I Can’t Keep Quiet” by MILCK. Women’s March hats and other symbols of solidarity and resistance are welcome and encouraged!
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