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Danielle Everett

Australia - NSW

Danielle Everett's Concert and Theatrical career has been a journey that has taken her far and wide. One of Danielle's recent career highlights was performing on a national sell out tour with International Cabaret star Michael Ball.  Danielle performed solo at the Closing Ceremony of the Manchester Commonwealth Games. Concert performances have seen Danielle appearing at The Sydney Entertainment Centre for The Premier's Christmas Concert; The Lord Mayors Carols By Candlelight in Brisbane; the Brisbane Convention Centre with Dale Burridge and another highlight at Jupiters Casino on the Gold Coast, alongside Hugh Jackman.
Danielle's Theatrical credits include Cameron Mackintosh's Phantom of the Opera playing the lead female role of Christine; more recently the role of Zelda Zanders in 2002 in Singing in the Rain, and in the 2003 the lead role for David Atkins Enterprises production of Hair the musical.

Danielle completed a Bachelor of Creative Arts at the University of Wollongong, she has extensive training in tap, ballet and jazz. 

Danielle will bring glamour and class to your corporate event. Performing a range of music and dance from sets such as Le Jazz Hot, Chicargo/Caberet, Phantom, Diamonds, Get Happy, and Singing In The Rain.

Credits include:

2008 Taronga Zoo Series with Maestro Tommy Tycho
2007 Official Australia Day Concert - Cronulla Beach
2006 Taronga Zoo Concert Series with Tommy Tycho
2004 In concert nationally with Michael Ball
2003 Premiers Christmas Concert - Sydney Entertainment Centre 2003
2002 Closing Ceremony of the Manchester Commonwealth Games 2002
2001 Premier's Concert - Sydney Entertainment Centre   
2000 Jupiters Casino with Hugh Jackman  
1999 Lord Mayors Carols by Candle light - Brisbane
Intercontinental Hotel with Donald Cant
Brisbane Convention Centre with Dale Burridge

Hair - Lead  Role (David Atkins Enterprises)
Singing In the Rain - Role: Zelda Zanders (IMG / David Atkins)
Phantom Of the Opera - Lead Role: Christine (Cameron Makintosh)

Mitre 10,Oz Rail, Wattyl, Hagemeyer, Sony Expo, Toyota, Goldwell, Queensland Rail, Astra Pharamcuticals Prestige- Singapore, Macquarie Bank, AJC Royal Randwick Mercedes, Westpac, Australia Post


Delectable Danielle Everett - Shining Soprano
- Sunday Telegraph

Danielle Everett is Phan-tastic - The Phantom legend lives On....
- Damien Woolnough- Herald Sun

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