Korean-Australian flutist, Danielle Maeng pursues a multi-faceted career and has performed in notable venues across the United States.
Growing up in Nashville, Tennessee, Danielle studied with Norma Rogers and Philip Dikeman as a Myra Jackson Scholar at the Blair School of Music of Vanderbilt University. She continued her studies in London at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music with Principal Flute of the Philharmonia Orchestra, Samuel Coles, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Music Degree.
She was a first prize winner in the Alexander & Buono International Flute Competition and gave her debut performance in Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in New York City. During her brief studies in Paris, France at l’École Normale de Musique, Danielle was awarded Diplôme Superieur de L’Enseignement by a unanimous vote from the jury. She has spent summers at the Brevard Music Festival and L’Académie Internationale d’Eté de Nice. Recently, Danielle obtained her Masters Degree in Flute Performance at the Yale School of Music under the tutelage of renowned flutist Ransom Wilson.
Currently, Danielle is a Flute Fellow in TŌN - The Orchestra Now, a graduate-level training orchestra based in New York. TŌN comprises vibrant young performers from across the globe performing regularly at venues including Carnegie Hall, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Lincoln Center, and the Fisher Center in the Hudson Valley.