Danielle Davey is the Director of Bands and Professor of Music at Mt. Hood Community College where she directs the Symphonic Band, core music courses, and oversees the private lessons program and chamber ensembles. Danielle is the former Director of Bands at Westview High School in Beaverton, Oregon where she taught Concert Band, Symphonic Band, the auditioned Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band and AP Music Theory. In addition to these roles, she was the Marching Band Director, conducted the pit orchestra for the Spring musicals, and also ran the pep band for football and basketball games. She has held prior positions at all grade levels in Oregon, Minnesota, and Massachusetts and her bands received numerous Superior ratings and first place Awards in Concert, Marching and Jazz.
Danielle earned her Bachelor of Music Education Degree from the University of Oregon, where she earned the Outstanding Undergraduate Woodwind Performance Award. She concluded her Masters Degree in Conducting from the American Band College of Sam Houston State University in 2010. She serves as a staff member at the Western International Band Clinic, an honor band event for high school and college aged students held annually in Seattle, Washington.
Danielle has worked and collaborated with some of the finest composers, conductors, and performers in the music industry, including Col. Arnald Gabriel, Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser, Peter Boonshaft, Paula Crider, Anthony Maiello, the Boston Brass, and the Canadian Brass. In her spare time, Danielle loves to cook, hike, camp, and spend time with her husband, friends and family.