- Has been heard numerous times in the media
- Appeared as a guest soloist with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, London Orchestra and the Verdi Opera Theatre of Michigan
- Performing and senior voice teacher at Académie Ste. Cécile Academy of Music
- Founding committee member of the Music Theatre Program at St. Clair College
Ms. Marentette, spinto soprano, hails from Windsor, Ontario. She has been heard numerous times on CKLW, A-Channel, CTV, CBC radio/television and Cogeco television networks. Daniela has worked with many great artists such as Al Martino, John Gary, Frank Gorshin, Sid Caesar, Tiny Tim, The Gaylords, Jan Rubes, Bill Hart, Joey Bishop, Billy Eckstein and many more. She has appeared as guest soloist with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, London Orchestra and the Verdi Opera Theatre of Michigan. She has performed for many dignitaries such as the past Prime Ministers Paul Martin and Jean Chrétien. Ms. Marentette has received awards like the Allen T Loney Award, Windsor’s Night of Stars and Regional Winner in the McAllister Awards for Ann Arbour Michigan. Daniela has recorded,”Leider aus dem ewigen brunnen,” composed by Henry Boon. Ms. Marentette is not only recognized in the classical world of music but she has accomplished roles in musical theatre such as: Fiddler on the Roof, Plain and Fancy, Fanny, Pippin, Godspell, Sound of Music, My Fair Lady and many more.
Daniela Marentette is currently a performing and senior voice teacher at Académie Ste-Cécile Academy of Music. She is thrilled to be the founding committee member of the Music Theatre Program at St. Clair College and teaching there since 2005. She has worked as musical director, ensemble conductor, ear training instructor and voice teacher.