After five years as piano accompanist, in 1997 Danny stepped up to the podium as conductor of the Civil Service Choir of Queen's Park. The festive concert series presented by the 50-voice choir in the presence of the Lieutenant Governor and the Premier of Ontario has been a favourite feature of the Christmas season for more than five decades.

In 2004 the Ambiance Singers of Mississauga invited Danny to take over as director of their 20-voice all female ensemble. The Ambiance Singers appeared as part of the annual Seniors Jubilee at Roy Thomson Hall in 2005, but are best known for their yearly performance at the Living Arts Centre in Mississauga. Their audiences are treated to a salute of musical genres from Broadway to swing, gospel to R & B, and feature guest appearances from such luminaries as Guido Basso and tenor Mark Dubois.

Other conducting credits include Circle Theatre Company's 1999 production of "Jump, Jive and Swing" with performances at the Sanderson Centre in Brantford and the River Run Centre, Guelph, and a gala night at Roy Thomson Hall in 2006 with vocalist Brian Roman where Danny - musical arranger for "Brian Roman in Concert" - conducted the 17-piece orchestra from the piano bench.

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In concert with the Ambiance Singers at the Living Arts Centre Mississauga



Conducting a Civil Service Choir Christmas concert at Queen�s Park


Civil Service Choir  Queen�s Park



Premier McGuinty speaks at a Civil Service Choir concert