Dana has played with numerous orchestras; subbing with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Lancaster Symphony, Reading Symphony, and Charleston Symphony. While studying at Curtis, she performed the Penderecki Sextet for String Trio, Clarinet, Horn, and Piano, with renowned violist and president of Curtis, Roberto Diaz. She was also coached by Krzysztof Penderecki himself and performed his piece at Carnegie Hall.
Born into a musical family, Dana has recorded on several of her mother’s albums, including “Mesa Verde Soundscapes” and “Zion and Bryce National Park Soundscapes,” as well as on One Alternative’s latest album, “Air Sculpture.”
Dana has been to numerous summer festivals and performed in many countries such as Italy, Germany, China, Japan, and Korea. Her summer festivals include Norfolk Chamber Music Festival, National Orchestral Institute, Pacific Music Festival, and the National Repertory Orchestra.
In addition to music, Dana enjoys reading, traveling, and yoga.