As an avid performer, Danielle Grundy immerses herself in a number of musical genres and seeks diverse performance opportunities. She continues to push the limits of French horn music and strives for challenges that broaden the scope of music everywhere. This includes but is not limited to work in styles such as jazz, classical, and modern music.
Danielle has played with several groups within the St. Johns area. Notably, she has worked with the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra playing everything from Haydn Symphonies to Earth Wind and Fire charts. She can also be heard on tracks for one of Newfoundland’s favorite bands, The Monday Nights.
Over the course of her career, she has performed with many groups in Ontario. She has enjoyed working with symphonies such as the Cambridge Symphony, the Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Orchestra, Symphony on the Bay, and wind band ensembles with the Royal Hamilton Light Infantry. She is well known for her performances in pit ensembles for Art Smart Productions. These shows include The Wizard of Oz, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Once upon a Mattress, The Wiz, Into the Woods, and many more.
As a teacher, Danielle strives for excellence with all of her students. She encourages goals that are set by her students and are geared to their individual way of learning. By creating a positive atmosphere that is both challenging and motivating, her students are able to excel.
Danielle earned a Bachelor of Arts degree at Laurier Waterloo, and her Masters of Music Performance at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN).
Danielle now currently resides in Hamilton Ontario, where she continues to perform with many talented musicians.