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)

The Art Song Podcast

This summer, 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. We also write “fun facts” articles for each featured creator.

Browse all episodes here.

Opera Sustenida

My friends and I started our own collective ensemble: Opera Sustenida! We’re so proud of our first virtual concert, “Divas for Hire!!,” which has been watched (and re-watched) over 300 times!

Access the replay to experience this one-of-a-kind concert!

Monthly Newsletter

Each month, I write about upcoming events and projects, as well as share a bit of non-music news from my corner of the world.

You can read my monthly updates on my blog.

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October Newsletter (2020)

Oct 11, 2020

Can you believe that it’s October already? Even with all the “free time” this summer, time has still managed to fly by! Not that I’m complaining…Autumn is one of my favorite times of year and the Oakville area is particularly blessed with a wide variety of colors as all of …

L’Shana tova!

Sep 18, 2020

As many of you know, I spent four years exploring my Jewish roots in Israel and I’m forever grateful to the many wonderful people that opened their hearts and homes to me during that time. Not least of these is my dear voice teacher, who helped me to find my …

September 2020 News

Sep 09, 2020

September seems to have crept up on me when I wasn’t looking! There definitely has been a noticeable shift in the atmosphere – the air is getting dryer and crisper and I’m reaching for sweaters and blankets at night. September usually marks the beginning of a busy choral season for …