Danielle Rizk

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Elie Barrak

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Biography:

Danielle Rizk is a distinguished singer, with the ability and talent to perform different styles of music from Cabaret Jazz to Rock and French. Danielle sings in 5 different languages: English, French, Italian, Spanish and Lebanese.  

Danielle left Lebanon in 1996 to pursue an International career in Singing that started in Dubai then a year later moved back to Lebanon to perform at the top hot spots in her home town Beirut , like Alecco's and Ciro's Pizza Pomodoro. After that, she moved to London for 3 years, where she performed in big events and fundraisers at the famed Grovenor House and The Royal Albert Hall; she also toured in France from Paris to St. Tropez , then moved to Switzerland where she performed at the  Lausanne palace and Le Palace in Gstaad.

Following her European experience , Danielle moved permanently to pursue her American Dream and became based in Beverly Hills - California , where her love and journey with Jazz-Cabaret started and became a second Nature , adding to it her ability to sing in different languages , especially French a la Parisienne ;

In early January 2010 she appeared in Salt Lake City - Utah at the Sundance Film Festival, the Biggest film festival in the United States, where the mini movie/documentary she recorded the whole soundtrack for “Climate Refugees " , got approved and was featured at the Festival.

Presently, Danielle lives in between Beverly Hills and Beirut; In addition to her performances at the famed Shrine Auditorium and her touring in New York, Miami, Chicago, Texas and Atlanta, she is also singing at the well known Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills also in Beirut for this summer, she will be performing, on monthly basis at the Blue Note Cafe - Hamra introducing with her 3 different bands, 3 different genres on different nights: Jazz Cabaret, Rock and French nights.

Proud to be Lebanese-American, She is presently taking advantage of her presence in Lebanon to record an album where she crosses over Jazz-Cabaret with Middle Eastern grooves

 

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