Originally from London but based in Los Angeles and New York, Danielle Eva Schwob is a “notable cross-genre composer” (The New Yorker) who writes concert works, experimental electro-rock and film scores.

Her music has been featured by presenters and venues including Lincoln Center, BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn, Philip Glass’s MATA Festival, Arts Brookfield, Le Poisson Rouge, Roulette’s [GENERATE] and Spring Place, earning honors and commissions from The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, ASCAP, ChamberMusicNY, The American Composers Forum, New Music USA, BMI and more.  She was also a 2015 Sundance Institute Composers Lab Fellow, a 2011 Con Edison ‘EtM’ Composer-In-Residence, a 2018 MAP Fund Finalist and 2014 Atlantic Center for the Arts Associate-Artist-In-Residence.  Her work has been featured on radio/TV stations across the U.S. and Canada, most notably NPR and NY1, as well as at the LES Film Festival (Prix D’or), Dances with Films and more.

A versatile collaborator, she has worked with artists including Jóhann Jóhannsson, Ben Folds, Philip Glass, The Pogues, David Simon and David Bottrill, as well as on Darren Aronofsky’s mother!, Shakespeare in the Park, David Attenborough’s Emmy-nominated Conquest of the Skies, James Schamus’ Indignation, Manhattan Night starring Adrien Brody and How To Follow Strangers starring Broad City’s Ilana Glazer.  Collaborators from the concert world include PUBLIQuartet, violinist Jennifer Choi, pianists Vicky Chow and Orion Weiss, Janus Trio, American Modern Ensemble and more.  She has also worked on projects in conjunction with Google, IMAX, Hulu and CBS.

Press includes the NY Times, TimeOut, Consequence of Sound, NPR, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, Womens Wear Daily, Brooklyn Vegan and more.  She is also the founder of SYZYGY New Music, an award-winning music collective and concert presenter.