Danielle Ferrari is a composer for film, game audio, commercials, and other interactive media. She has developed her own unique style as a composer, weaving her vibrant personality and charismatic nature into her works. With a passion for music technology, Danielle specializes in creating hybrid soundscapes that combine traditional orchestral composition techniques with elements of contemporary electronic music production.
Danielle is one of the composers for The Impossible Dream documentary dir. by Javid Soriano (2019). She is the winner of the 2018 KDFC Sound Logo Competition, composing the official sound logo for the Bay Area's Classical Radio Station.
Danielle is the GRAMMY U Representative for the San Francisco Chapter of The Recording Academy. She is responsible for recruiting new student members for the San Francisco GRAMMY U program. Through her role as the GRAMMY U Rep, Danielle has facilitated networking events, SoundChecks, and MasterClasses with top artists like Jason Mraz, Troye Sivan, and Khalid for local Bay Area GRAMMY U members. Her favorite part of the job is managing the GRAMMY U Mentor Program, in which she is responsible for pairing music industry professionals with high-achieving GRAMMY U students in their field of study every semester.
Danielle has produced and performed her original music at the Shanghai Vocational School of Modern Music during the International Computer Music Conference and Shanghai's Electronic Music Week in 2017. Danielle is currently living in San Francisco studying Technology and Applied Composition at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music.