New York-born cellist Danielle Davis is a current sophomore at Harvard College pursuing a joint-concentration in Electrical and Computer Engineering and Music. Before arriving in Cambridge, Danielle studied cello performance at the Manhattan-School of Music Pre-college program with Prof. Marion Feldman. In 2015, she won second place in the LISMA International Concerto Competition, where she also received the Special Artist Award. In 2016, Danielle performed with the Honor Orchestra of America as part of the Yamaha Music For All Festival, and in 2017, she debuted as a soloist at Carnegie Hall in the AMTL’s Young Musicians Concert. At Harvard, Danielle has performed with the Harvard-Radcliffe Gilbert & Sullivan Players, the Lowell House Opera, and is currently a member of the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra. This past year, she has served as a Director of Publicity and the graphic designer for the HRO, and will become the Director of Media in 2019. When Danielle isn’t performing, she is either is making fresh mozzarella sticks at the Winthrop House Grille, or sipping on an iced caramel macchiato at Starbucks.