Daniella Theresia uses her voice to bring more beauty, love, and truth to the world.

She completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in music in 2009 at Lawrence University (Appleton, U.S.A.) and has since trained and performed in North America, Europe, and Israel.

Daniella currently lives in Oakville, Ontario and serves the Greater Toronto Area as a soloist and professional ensemble lead.

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Daniella Theresia – “Mon cœur s’ouvre à ta voix” (Saint-Saëns)

Summer Music Lessons

D&D Music is offering a special package for summer music lessons: Buy 7 lessons and get the 8th FREE! Available in voice, piano, and guitar lessons from July 6-August 26, 2021.

Lessons are available for all ages and levels at competitive $1/minute rates for 30-, 45-, and 60-minute lessons.


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The Art Song Podcast

This past summer, pianist Suzanne Yeo and I launched The Art Song Podcast!

Our inaugural series – The Eternal Feminine Podcast Series – features the life and works of women composers and poets. Suzanne and I also write an additional “fun facts” article for each featured creator.


Browse all episodes here!

Opera Sustenida

My friends and I started our own ensemble: Opera Sustenida! We’ve now created two unique virtual events which help to de-mystify opera for all audiences!

Our upcoming September concert “Date with the Divas (Vol. 2)” continues our journey through the history of opera, with arias, ensembles, and choruses from the Bel Canto and Romantic eras!

Tickets on sale now!

 


June Greetings!

Jun 02, 2021

As temperatures continue to rise here in the Northern Hemisphere, I find my spirits also rising. I’ve been enjoying the longer hours of sunshine and spending as many of those hours as I can in our gardens. I may have been overenthusiastic when I planted 8 dahlia bulbs back in …

Spring 2021

Mar 27, 2021

Happy Spring! Despite the strangeness of life these days, I take comfort in sure signs of Spring: warmer temperatures, trees growing small bright green buds that have developed into deeper red/orange ones, robins singing in the evening, and last year’s perennials making their way through the soil. Our cherry tomato …

February 2021

Feb 03, 2021

Happy February! I have to say, it feels a little surreal to me that we’ve already passed through a month of this new year, while (at least in Ontario), many aspects of life are still “on pause.” That said, Dave and I are looking ahead and have officially begun this …