Canadian/British soprano Eve Daniell is part of the Royal Academy Opera at the Royal Academy of Music, studying with Elizabeth Ritchie and Gareth Hancock. She holds a BMus with distinction from the University of Victoria, an ARCT Piano Performance diploma and an ARCT Voice Performance diploma from the Royal Conservatory of Music – the latter earning her the 2009 Gold Medal for achieving the highest marks in North America.
Performance credits include Nella in Gianni Schicchi and Suor Genovieffa in Suor Angelica (Kerley/Robinson) for the Royal Academy Opera, Fiordiligi in Mozart’s Così fan tutte with Pop Up Opera, Witch and Mother in Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel with Pacific Opera Victoria’s Young Artist Program and Sorceress in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (Albery/Mallon) with Opera on the Avalon. Eve is part of the Royal Academy of Music Song Circle and is sponsored by the Josephine Baker Trust. She has appeared as a soloist in the Royal Academy of Music/Kohn Foundation Bach Cantata series, on the Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor (APHC Baltic Cruise 2014), with the Victoria Symphony Orchestra, Victoria Bach Ensemble, and with the Barton Turf Choral Society singing excerpts of the Pergolesi Stabat Mater with countertenor James Bowman.
Upcoming performances include singing Lady Dunmow in Berkeley’s A Dinner Engagement for the Royal Academy Opera (Evans/Hancock). Eve’s studies are generously supported by the Leon and Thea Koerner Foundation, the British Columbia Arts Council, the Maria Callas Award, the Sainsbury Award and the Catherine Osborne Scholarship.
"The Canadian soprano Eve Daniell was a real find as the tall, jolly-hockeysticks Fiordiligi. She had great poise and a mock-regal presence and her singing was very fine."
Peter Reed, Opera Magazine, Cosi fan Tutte
"Eve Daniell was sensational in the highly demanding role of Fiordiligi." - Daily Express, Cosi fan Tutte
“Eve Daniell and Chloe Hinton sparkle as the sisters.” - Reviews Gate, Cosi fan Tutte
"Eve Daniell is particularly brilliant as Fiordiligi: her warm timbre and vibrant characterisation are enthralling to watch" - The Upcoming, Cosi fan Tutte
"...talented soprano Eve Daniell as Fiordiligi stuns the audience with a silky Per pietà, ben mio, pardon" - Fringe Opera, Cosi fan Tutte
"Eve Daniell’s Fiordiligi was sublime – her mournful ‘Per Pieta’ in the second act was as sincere as it was heartbreaking." - The Lady, Cosi fan Tutte
"It’s incredibly easy to get lost in Eve Daniell’s voice as her steely resolution touches every note" - West End Wilma, Cosi fan Tutte
Eve Daniell stood out as Konstanze, her vocal intensity and precision echoing throughout the entire room." - The Culture trip, Die Entführung
"Daniell was terrific as a Fiordiligi in Cosi fan Tutte, and she is equally impressive here and demonstrates a hugely impressive vocal dexterity" - Civilian Theatre, Die Entführung
"Eve Daniell, who impressed me so much in last year's Cosi Fan Tutte, barnstorms her way through Konstanze, the virtuoso arias sending shivers down my spine. Neatly balancing the comedy aspects of her character with genuine affection she's a wonder to watch." - London City Night, Die Entführung
"As Konstanze, the vocally superb Eve Daniell unlocks achievements like a video game after achieving a 100% score for coloratura." - Bargain Theatre Land, Die Entführung
"Daniell in particular has some thoroughly complicated lyrics and high notes to hit, and yet her delivery is effortlessly beautiful." - Views from the Gods, Die Entführung
"for Eve Daniell, it sounds like a walk in the park." - Fringe Opera, Die Entführung