Danielle Wiebe Burke
Canadian violist Danielle Wiebe Burke has been lauded for her pure sound and musicianship. She has earned degrees from New England Conservatory with Kim Kashkashian (B.M.) and Yale University with Ettore Causa (M.M., D.M.A.). A jack-of-all-trades, she placed third in the Sphinx Competition for Black and Latinx musicians, was a finalist in Yale University’s concerto competition, and has been awarded grants for her various education and performing initiatives. She can be heard on recent releases by composers such as Hannah Lash and Ethan Braun, as well as her own debut album, Bach for Viola. Danielle plays on a Stefan-Peter Greiner viola made for violinist Kyung-Wha Chung, and lives on a farm in Charlottesville with her husband and two children.
This Artist performs in the following events:
Serenades at Noon, The Breathing of the World, The Great Elopement, Fin de Siècle