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Crossley.HawnCrossley Danielle Hawn, soprano: Praised for "her lovely limpid colors in good harmony with her musical intelligence" (Perform Arts Perugia), her "lovely, vibrant soprano, precise in her tuning," and "great acting and agile vocals" (DCMetroTheaterArts), Crossley enjoys an engaging career in various styles of music in the DC area. 

Commended as "outstanding" and "consistently beautiful" by Washington Classical Review, she has served as a guest soloist with ensembles including Cathedra (Pott My Song is Love Unknown), Cathedral Choral Society (Einhorn Voices of Light), The Reston Chorale (Handel Messiah), Maryland Choral Society (Winter Missa Gaia), Maryland Summer Chorus (Vivaldi Gloria in D), and  The City Choir of Washington (Charpentier Te Deum).  Recently, she was the soloist for the world premiere of Brian Bartoldus' Magnificat with The City Choir of Washington.  With Evolution Contemporary Music Series, she had the honor of performing David Lang's Pulitzer Prize-winning the little match girl passion, with the composer in attendance.  She is an active member of Eya: Ensemble for Medieval Music, an award-winning female trio specializing in early music.  Crossley also regularly appears with ensembles such as Folger Consort, Cathedra, Washington Bach Consort, Chantry, the National Shrine Choir, The Bridge Ensemble, The District Eight, and the U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants. http://www.crossleyhawn.com