American - Israeli Soprano Danielle Bavli is a native of New York City and has been praised for her "warmth and tendresse (San Diego Story)." In the 2022-2023 season, Danielle joins Bronx Opera to cover Servilia and sing in the chorus of Mozart's La clemenza di Tito. This summer, Danielle returns to the Janiec Opera Company of the Brevard Music Center, where she will perform Rosina in Rossini's Il barbiere di Siviglia and as a concert soloist in Opera's Greatest Hits and An Evening with Cole Porter, among other performances. In the fall, she makes her debut with Salt Marsh Opera in their double bill of Gianni Schicchi & Trial by Jury as Gherardino and Bridesmaid, respectively.
Highlights from recent seasons include Norina in Pacific Northwest Opera's virtual production of Don Pasquale, Königin der Nacht in Opera NEO's virtual production of Mozart's Die Zauberflöte, and Brevard Janiec Opera Company's virtual production of Zoom Speed Dating Tonight. Other roles include L'Eternita and Calisto (cover) in Cavalli's La Calisto with Opera NEO, Soprano 1 in Glass’s Hydrogen Jukebox with Boston Conservatory Opera, Cunegonde (cover) in Bernstein’s Candide at the Brevard Music Center, as well as Stephanie in Heggie’s To Hell and Back, Amy March in Adamo’s Little Women, and Carey in Ching’s Speed Dating Tonight! with Vanderbilt Opera Theatre.
Danielle was the first place winner in the vocal division of the 2019 Music Worcester Young Artist Competition, was featured on a 2018 WQXR Young Artist’s Showcase, and is a recipient of an Emerging Talent Award from the 2017 Lotte Lenya Competition. She was a 2021 Milnes VOICE Studio participant at the Savannah VOICE Festival and has been a member of the College Light Opera Company. She has also performed with the Vancouver International Song Institute and SongFest, and sung in the ensembles of productions with Odyssey Opera and Boston Opera Collaborative.
As part of her commitment to education and outreach, Danielle is a teaching mentor with and serves as the Programs Operations Assistant for ArtSmart, a non-profit organization that helps talented youth in communities that lack access to the arts succeed in school through free one-to-one music lessons and mentorship.
Danielle received her Master of Music in Opera Performance at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. She holds a Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance and a minor in Psychology from the Blair School of Music at Vanderbilt University, where she was a recipient of the Michelson Award for Collaborative Arts, and the Robin Nell Dickerson Award given to an outstanding voice major for excellence in performance and scholarship.