Danièle Loach graduated from the University of Toronto with a bachelor of music as a mezzo-soprano singer. She loves teaching and is particularly interested in Dalcroze Eurhythmics, a method of music education that focuses on experience through movement. Danièle is the Music Director at Montessori Jewish Day School and the soprano section lead at Saint John’s York Mills Anglican Church. She was also the Choir Coordinator and Director of the Youth Choir at Saint Basil’s Catholic Church in downtown Toronto. Danièle has been a member of many ensembles since the age of five including the Canadian Children’s Opera Chorus, the Toronto Mendelssohn Youth Choir, the Pax Christie Chorale, U of T’s Women’s Chamber Chorus, and the Saint Thomas’s Evensong Choir. She sang in Westminster Abbey, Canterbury Cathedral and Saint George’s Chapel with the Saint Thomas Choir on a tour. For the past five years she has been a Choral Scholar in the Trinity College Chapel Choir under the tutelage of Dr. John Tuttle. She studied privately under the late Donna Sherman for three years and worked with Peter Barnes at the Faculty of Music. Danièle studied piano for ten years and took U of T Music Education Courses in trumpet, trombone, clarinet, violin, and steel pan. She very much enjoys sharing her love of music with the students at Muzart Music and Art School.