Danielle grew up in London and studied the harp at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Since then she has played in numerous orchestras and shows and has worked for the prestigious Cunard line providing harp music on their world cruises.
She had a residency for seven years at the Inter-continental Hotel on Hyde Park Corner, London before moving to Portsmouth, Hampshire where she now lives. Danielle teaches both privately and in schools.
Her repertoire ranges from well known light classics, unusual harp classics and folk airs to popular standards, jazz numbers and easy listening tunes.
CEREMONY – Up to 1 hour
Background music played for quarter of an hour while the guests are sitting down in the ceremony room. A suitable piece of music, not necessarily traditional or classical, as the bride walks down the aisle. Two pieces of music played during the signing of the register. Then followed by a suitable piece of music as the bride and groom leave. Background music as the guests leave.
RECEPTION – Up to 2 ½ hours
This allows one hour of music for the drinks reception directly before the meal and then one and a half hours from sitting down to the meal to the beginning of the speeches .This is generally a good mixture of music.