Soprano Soloist

Danni O'Neill

Danni is a 2021 Masters graduate Soprano with distinction from the Royal Academy of Music with part scholarship. She is taught by Raymond Connell. At RAM, Danni was awarded the Michael Head Prize for English Song, notably performed a Solo Cantata BWV202 with Rachel Podger and received a DipRAM for an outstanding final recital. 

Danni recently made her Wigmore Hall solo ensemble debut with Solomon's Knott and professional Opera Chorus debut in Lille and Luxembourg Opera Houses performing Purcell Dido and Aeneas and Handel Semele with the Concert D’Astree and Emmanuelle Haïm. Choral work includes performances with prestigious ensembles such as The Sixteen, Polyphony, Gabrieli Choir, Academy of Ancient Music, BBC Singers, Recordare Chamber Choir, The Marian Consort and she is a regular soprano at St. Paul’s Knightsbridge. 

Recent solo engagements include Bach’s St Matthew Passion with The Hanover Band, Second Woman/Witch with Helsinki Baroque Orchestra - Musiikkitalo, premiere of Cecilia McDowall’s Bird of Time with Ealing Choral, Telemann Cantata at Baroquestock, London Early Opera Hogarth’s Garden, Handel’s Dixit Dominus for Southwell Festival in Southwell Minster, Peaseblossom in RAO’s A Midsummer Nights Dream, Minerva Baroque at Handel & Hendrix House and Nannetta in Verdi’s Falstaff for the RAO Opera Scenes.