Danielle Janos earned a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of New Hampshire (UNH), studying clarinet with Dr. Elizabeth Gunlogson. At UNH, Danielle was involved in the top large ensembles and various chamber groups, including a woodwind quartet who travelled to Cheng Du, Shanghai, and Beijing, China in 2017 for a tour. In 2015, Danielle won the UNH Concerto Competition.
Following graduation with University Honours distinction, Danielle attended National Music Festival in Chestertown, MD and performed the second movement of the Mozart Clarinet Concerto with the festival orchestra.
Danielle has been teaching clarinet both privately, and in a masterclass setting for eight years. For her success in public school teaching, Danielle was named “Top Music Educator” of her graduating class of 2018. She currently teaches private clarinet lessons at six schools in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
In August 2018, Danielle relocated to Denton, Texas to pursue a Master’s of Music in Clarinet Performance at the University of North Texas (UNT), and studies with Dr. Kimberly Cole-Luevano. She currently plays with the top ensemble, the UNT Wind Symphony.
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