Danielle Hermon Wood has been involved in many different arenas of the entertainment world. She has performed as a back up singer for Sting in his New York City XM Radio Concert, as a soprano soloist in Universal Studios Japan Christmas Concerts, in commercials for Sprint/Nextel, concert engagements as the soprano soloists with the Singapore Symphony in Handel’s Messiah and as a soloist with Pittsburgh’s River City Brass Band. She was most recently seen at the PACE center in Parker, Colorado as The Lady of The Lake in Monty Python’s SPAMALOT.

Other notable performances include performances with The Skylight Opera Theater as Despina in Cosi Fan Tutte, Musetta in La Bohème, Dorine in Tartuffe, Lucy in Opera Omaha’s production of Threepenny Opera, Narrator in the world premiere of Gershon Kingsley’s Raoul at the Goethe Institute, NYC and Belle in Thea Musgrave’s A Christmas Carol with Virginia Opera. She has performed with the Santa Fe Opera in their apprentice scenes and has spent four summers with The Utah Festival Opera Company in such roles as The Baker’s Wife in Into The Woods, Electra in Gypsy, Susan in Desert Song and Lizette in Naughty Marietta, where her comic performance was compared to the late Madeline Kahn (Herald Journal, Logan, Utah).

Ms. Wood received her Bachelors of Arts from Carnegie Mellon University where she was the winner of the Concerto Competition. She went on to receive her Masters of Music from The Manhattan School of Music where she was awarded the Richard F. Gold Career Grant. Danielle is presently the Music Director at Bixby School in Boulder, is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS), and is on faculty at Dana V. Music where she teaches private voice and acting. She is also the Artistic Director for the Allenspark Performing Arts Company at The Old Gallery in Allenspark, CO where she directs their Summer Musical.