Danielle Louise Thomas is a 26 year old Mezzo Soprano from Waterloo, Liverpool and currently studies with International Soprano Rosa Mannion.
At the tender age of 9, she began studying singing with Mr Gerald Hunt.
Danielle made her television debut at the age of 11 when she was asked to perform 'Morning has Broken' with Rick Wakeman on BBC's Songs of Praise. Later that year, she began studying at the prestigious Junior School of the Royal Northern College of Music. At the age of 13, Danielle became the runner up in Merseyside Young Singer of the Year.
In 2007, Danielle made her debut at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall when she featured as the Soprano Soloist for the 'Spirit of Christmas Concerts' under the direction of Professor Ian Tracey.
Since 2009, Danielle has been invited to sing at the Civic Events for the City of Liverpool which include Citizen of Honour Ceremonies and also Freedom of the City Ceremonies, to which she was honoured to sing when 'Jospice' (a charity Danielle supports) received Freedom of the City. Danielle is also a great supporter of our Armed Forces and has the honour of singing at Liverpool's Service of Remembrance at St George's Hall. One of the highlights of her career so far was performing John Rutter's 'Gaelic Blessing' at Liverpool Cathedral during the Commemoration Service for the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic which was broadcast Live on BBC One and in attendance of HRH Princess Royal.
Danielle is in great demand as a soloist locally and internationally but still gives up her time to help support the charities that are very close to her heart. So much so, In 2015 She was announced as the First Ambassador for North West Cancer Research, to which she is very proud to be. Danielle sadly lost her Grandad in 2012 to Bowel Cancer and vowed she would use her voice to help a Cancer Charity raise money for research in the hope that one day the 'C' word will not exist. Without her Grandad, Danielle would not be the singer she is today. See Biog.