Inside ATC Artist: Danté Harrell

Danté Harrell

is an American performing artist who grew up in Phoenix and graduated with honors from the Arizona Conservatory for the Arts and Academics. He is making his ATC debut. Harrell’s passion for music led him to continue his education at North Carolina Central University in Durham, where he earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Music with a concentration in Performance. While at NCCU, Harrell studied voice with Richard Banks, composition with Dr. Lance Hulme, opera performance with Elvira Green, and conducting with Maestro William Curry of the Durham Symphony. Harrell also holds a Master’s of Music degree from Norfolk State University, where he studied voice with Gregory Gardner. Some of his most recent performance accomplishments include his service as Music Director for The Berkshire Theater Group’s production of Nina Simone: Four Women, his Carnegie Hall debut as Chorus Master featuring Beethoven’s An Die Freude, and an intimate cabaret with Abigail Aldridge at Chez Josephine NYC.