Early in January 2016 Danielle went into the studio with Vicky Chow, Mike Nicolas and Jennifer Choi to record Three Self Portraits.
Danielle is currently recording a studio album of chamber music featuring musicians including Simon Boyar, Ashley Jackson (NY Phil), Nathalie Joachim (Eighth Blackbird), Andy Lin (Amphion String Quartet) and many more.
In Summer 2015 Danielle was selected as a Sundance Composers Lab Fellow and spent two weeks working at Skywalker Sound.
WORLD PREMIERE OF THREE SELF PORTRAITS AT ROULETTE ON APRIL 19 2015
From Roulette.org - Vicky Chow, Jennifer Choi, and Michael Nicolas, some of New York’s most sought after musicians in the new music scene team together to perform new solos and trios by two dynamic composers, Danielle Eva Schwob and John Zorn. Premiering tonight are Danielle’s Three Self Portraits inspired by the art work of David Hockney, Lucian Freud, and Francis Bacon along side John Zorn’s first and latest piano trios, Amour Fou and The Aristos–ten metaphysical ambiguities for violin, cello, and piano in what will be an intense and enchanting evening of chamber and solo music.
LINCOLN CENTER WITH AMERICAN MODERN ENSEMBLE AND ASHLEY JACKSON
Danielle's recent Lincoln Center performance with American Modern Ensemble and harpist Ashley Jackson was selected as a New York Times Critic's Pick alongside Laurie Anderson and the New York Philharmonic. She was described as a "London-born composer, singer and guitarist with deep roots in rock music."
CHAMBERMUSICNY'S 2014-15 SEASON TO FEATURE ASHLEY JENNIFER JACKSON, DANIELLE EVA SCHWOB & MORE
Broadway World - ChamberMusicNY, a nonprofit presenting organization, has announced that its 2014-15 season will include the professional recital debut of Ashley Jennifer Jackson, harp; a commission from composer Danielle Eva Schwob; the American Modern Ensemble conducted by David Alan Miller; and the percussion ensemble Talujon.
The American Composers Forum has published a feature on Danielle and her music in this month's newsletter.
"Fresh-faced young wannabe composers arriving at college are told in Composing 101: find your voice. Refine it down. Success means choosing a niche and painstakingly carving it out of the musical landscape bit by bit, like Andy Dufresne’s prison-cell wall inThe Shawshank Redemption, until you have your own tiny, specialised musical hidey-hole from which you can create your art.
2013 JFund recipient Danielle Schwob must have missed class that first day way back when, as she hasn’t so much as carved out a niche for herself as taken to the wall with a pickaxe and some dynamite, blowing a creative space for herself so big that you could drive a truck through it. The young, UK-born composer does pretty much everything: pop songs, rock, film scores, avant-garde electronica, concert music, broadway shows… nothing seems to be off the table for the dynamic Schwob.
Danielle has been selected as a 2013 Associate Artist-In-Residence at The Atlantic Center for the Arts.
Cameo, Vimeo's answer to video-sharing platforms like Instagram and Vine, has licensed 'Far From Me' and 'Jet Lag (Can't Stay Awake) for use with its editing application. Users can create long-form videos from their iPhones and then add the song as a soundtrack for their work.
Brought together by a love of elegiac melodies, lush harmonies and dense, otherworldly sounds that challenge the status quo, acclaimed New York artists The Knells, SIREN Baroque and Danielle Eva Schwob will take the stage for a one night only performance at Le Poisson Rouge. Presented by award-winning cross-genre collective SYZYGY, the night kicks off with a set by “secure and stylish” (NY Times) ensemble SIREN Baroque, who will perform works by Monteverdi, Vivaldi, and Larry Lockwood before being joined by “worldly musical chameleon” (TimeOut NY) Danielle Eva Schwob.
Danielle was recently selected as the first composer to receive a commission from the Mark Krivit New Music Fund. Her new work for harp and string quartet will be premiered by Ashley Jackson and American Modern Ensemble in Sep 2014 at Lincoln Centre as part of Chamber Music NY's Fall Season.
Azure Ensemble will perform Danielle's harp, flute and viola trio Breathing Underwater on May 31st at The DiMenna Center's Cary Hall alongside the music of John Luther Adams, David MacBride and other composers. The event is part of their Light & Shadow Festival.