Danielle Hani

Composer for Film , TV & Video Games



Based in Los Angeles, Danielle Hani, an Israeli Composer and Orchestrator, recently contributed as an assistant composer and pianist for Jon Ehrlich on the TV series "We Were the Lucky Ones". Prior to this, Danielle collaborated with composer Sharon Farber and contributed as a score technical assistant for the acclaimed TV series "Red Skies". Additionally, Danielle's creative repertoire extends to composing music for the video game "Indiepocalypse" and actively engaging in composing for films and a new musical.As an orchestrator Danielle's work has been performed by many, including the Israel Netanya Kibbutz Orchestra. Additionally in her role as a music transcriber, Danielle has contributed to the musical "The Juke: A Blues Bacchae" which was showcased at Moonbox Theater in Boston.Danielle was awarded the prestigious Berklee World Tour Scholarship and pursued a bachelor's degree in Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music. She started her academic studies at Rimon School of Music in Israel, specializing in composition, orchestration, and conducting under the guidance of maestro Yaron Gottfried.




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