notable cross-genre composer Danielle Eva Schwob
— The New Yorker solos and trios by two dynamic composers, Danielle Eva Schwob and John Zorn.
— Brooklyn Vegan
The usually sweet sound of flute, harp, and vibraphone was somehow given a satisfyingly dark or even slightly ominous edge in Danielle Schwob‘s ‘Shiver.’
— Sequenza21
— The New York Times
...worldly musical chameleon Danielle Eva Schwob
— TimeOut NY
The program included a new work for piano, violin, and cello by New York based composer Danielle Schwob as well as a selection “44 Duos for Two Violins” by Béla Bartók. The Schwob trio, written in 2009, was the newest piece on the program. Entitled “Music for Releasing Ghosts”, it without a doubt lives true to its name. The violin and cello, through shrieks and cries, take the lead role in what seems to be the release of one’s own inner demons, while the piano supports and reinforces this emotional exorcism.
— Sonic Scoop
cinematic [and] expansive
— New York Music Journal
a London-born composer, singer and guitarist with deep roots in rock music
— The New York Times
Danielle Eva Schwob even wrote a piece of slow, consonant, tonal arpeggios, emoting like a nocturne...Shayna Dunkelman’s dark and beautiful washes of minor key vibraphone progressions during Schwob’s Sagittarius, with clarinetist Bill Kalinkos’s fleeting trills sounding almost like bits of electronic sound.
— Consequence of Sound
...genre-bending composer Danielle Eva Schwob
— TimeOut NY
…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…nothing seems to be off the table for the dynamic Schwob.
— American Composers Forum
honest, [a] thoughtful demeanor”
— Joonbug
truly terrific
— WRIU 90.3FM
thoughtful [and] honest
— Flavorpill
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