Cellist Danielle Guideri received her undergraduate and master’s degrees in cello performance from the Aaron Copland School of Music at the City University of New York, Queens College, where she was the winner of the Louis Pastore Cello Scholarship Award. She has performed extensively throughout the New York metropolitan area as a soloist, performing works such as Tchaikovsky Rococo Variations, Brahms Double Concerto, Haydn Cello Concerto, and Tan Dun Elegy: Snow in June and Eternal Vow. Ms. Guideri has performed in Europe and given numerous recitals in New York including at the Juilliard School. As a chamber musician, Ms. Guideri has appeared at Weill Concert Hall at Carnegie Hall, Merkin Hall, The James Lenox House, The Juilliard School, Kaye Playhouse with The American Ballet Theatre, as well as the National Arts Club. As a member of the Veronika String Quartet, she was Artist in Residence at Colorado State University-Pueblo, where she performed and taught throughout Colorado. Ms. Guideri was a member of the Phoenix Symphony for three years before relocating to New York, where she performed regularly with the New Haven Symphony and Harrisburg Symphony. Ms. Guideri currently resides in Westminster, CO and has been a member of the Colorado Symphony since 2015.