A native of Long Island, New York, Ms. Danielle Nicole Errico began her formal training on piano at the age of seven. She holds a bachelor of music degree in piano performance from Manhattan School of Music. Ms. Errico has had more than 10 years of teaching experience with students of all ages. She was a piano instructor at the Peninsula Performing Arts Conservatory in Rockaway, Queens where she extensively taught complete beginner to advanced students. As a piano instructor, she incorporates the Dorothy Taubman technique where one can develop a free and effortless playing style. She also believes that the learning process can be quite an accomplishment if there’s a correct amount of discipline, effort, musicality, fun, and creativity.
Ms. Errico has been featured as a soloist and has performed with her trio Les Trois Amies at Carnegie’s Weil Recital Hall several times. She is an active chamber musician and accompanist throughout the tri-state area; she has been a staff accompanist at the Lucy Moses School at Kaufmann Music Center since 2011.