Danielle Naler, received her Master of Music degree in Piano
Performance from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana
University, as a student of Yael Weiss.  She was awarded a
graduate assistantship and was involved in coaching singers and
accompanying rehearsals of operas including
Carmen, Don
Giovanni
, and Arabella, with acclaimed conductors such as
David Effron and Klauspeter Seibel.  Danielle earned her
Bachelor of Arts degree in Creative Writing from the University of
California at Santa Barbara’s College of Creative Studies.  She
has also served as a rehearsal pianist for the UCSB Opera
program and studied chamber music with Anne Epperson.  In
2008, Danielle was awarded the Sir Daniel Donahue fellowship
for study in the Collaborative Piano program at the Music
Academy of the West, under the direction of Jonathan Feldman
from the Juilliard School.
Currently, Danielle is a staff accompanist for the Livermore Valley Opera and a staff pianist at Las
Positas College, as well as a freelance pianist throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.  She teaches
piano and music theory at Inspire Music Academy in Pleasanton, CA and through her private studio.
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