Danielle Pribyl, a soprano, from San Clemente, California, is a second year Master of Voice student under the tutelage of Dr. Lynn Eustis. Danielle Pribyl received a Bachelor of Music degree on Vocal Performance from California State University Fullerton. With the Opera Institute at Boston University, Danielle Pribyl has performed the roles of Susanna in Le Nozze di Figaro, Littler Sister in Proving Up and Selena in If I Were You. With the Lyric Studio in Weimar, Danielle Pribyl has performed the roles of Zweite Dame and Zweite Knabe in Die Zauberflöte. With the School of Music at CSUF, Danielle has performed the roles of Zerlina in Don Giovanni, Papagena in Die Zauberflöte, and Despina in Cosí fan Tutte. Danielle Pribyl has originated and recorded the role of Maren, in Thom Sharpe’s Threshold of Silence and Lucretia, in ScienceNV’s The Brides of God. In California Danielle was a winner of the South Coast Singers Stars of Tomorrow, OC Register’s Artist of the Year, Coto de Caza Talent Tea, and Childress M.A.C.Y. awards. At Boston University Danielle was the sole recipient of the Harriet May Briggs Scholarship two years in a row, which fully funded her tuition.