Caribbean-American mezzo-soprano Danielle Perrault has been praised for her “rich and stunning voice” and “great expressive power”.
Born in New York and raised in San Diego, Danielle’s journey as a performer began when she started training as a dancer at the age of eight. She began singing formally in high school when she joined show choir.
Danielle deepened her performance and musical training with two degrees (B.A. in Music & a Masters in Music), and her singing has since taken her all over the United States, as well as to Spain, Germany, and Italy. A multi-faceted and dynamic performer, Danielle excels in multiple genres, including musical theater, opera, oratorio, and choral music. Some of her favorite projects to date include Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar, Kurt Weill’s Berlin to Broadway, Hansel in the opera Hänsel und Gretel, and performing with the San Diego Symphony.
When she isn’t performing, Danielle enjoys writing, finding new coffee shops, and wine tasting. She currently resides in San Diego.