Danielle Sopchak is a flutist, educator, and multi-instrumentalist currently based out of New York City. As a performer, educator, bandleader and arranger, Danielle strives to bring the flute to the forefront of improvisational music. She is an active member of both the New York and Nashville soul, funk, jazz, commercial, and recording industries.
Equally passionate about community outreach and development, Danielle is the co-founder of Nashville Women in Jazz, an organization of support dedicated to promoting, supporting, and networking between female and non-binary jazz musicians. She is on staff at the Nashville Jazz Workshop, a non-profit which offers premier jazz education, performances, and resources to Music City. Danielle also owns a social media management company, where she is a pivotal resource in helping artists of all genres book and promote shows and music releases, along with positively growing their digital footprints.
Danielle holds a Master of Music in Jazz Performance from the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College (NY). Danielle also holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Music and English with a TESOL Certification from the University of Tampa (FL).