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Danielle Lewis
Danielle Lewis
Adjunct Professor



Music is an art form consisting of sound and silence. There is a myriad of vocations that can be fulfilled when referring to music. The vocation to which Danielle has been called is that of taking this art form and ensuring its amplification is done in the purest and most enhancing way possible. 

Danielle’s professional career began in the telecommunications industry.  After working for twelve years with Bell of Pa, Bell Atlantic, and then Verizon, a career change landed her an opportunity to follow her passion in the music industry. Danielle brings a unique perspective to this industry considering there is a very small percentage African American females.

This sound engineer has provided services to several markets and various genres of music. Over the years, she has taken on any and every opportunity to hone her skills in all aspects of production. She has served as front of house/monitor engineer, production manager and stage manager for various concerts and festivals throughout the country. Danielle had the honor of serving as road manager for gospel music legend Fred Hammond’s 25th anniversary tour, monitor engineer and road/tour manager for world-renowned jazz bassist Gerald Veasley, and monitor engineer for powerhouse vocalist Ledisi. In addition to the music industry, she has freelanced with NBC (Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show) and worked for NBC Sports. Danielle currently is the Production Manager for the Keswick Theatre located in Glenside, PA.

In the fictitious world where there exists “spare time”, Danielle enjoys music, sports, reading, cooking, fine dining, cars, and travel just to name a few and is revitalizing her role as a student of the bass. A continuous goal is to expose and mentor young women who have a passion for music and technology, but have never considered production roles in this male dominated profession.

Bachelor of Science, Drexel University in Communications and Applied Technology; Master of Science , Drexel University in Arts Administration