- State: Nebraska
- State School (public)
- School Website
Danielle Meier, bass faculty
- In-State Tuition & Fees 2016-17: $7,204
- Out-of-State Tuition & Fees 2016-17: $19,124
- Room & Board 2016-17: $8,916
- Total Enrollment: 15,526
- Acceptance Rate (from 2015): 76%
- Student – Faculty Ratio: 17:1
- 4 year graduation rate: 16%
- % of undergrads receiving Financial aid: 44%
- Average Financial Aid: $5,706
Double Bass Statistics
- Average number of undergraduate bass students: 2
- Average number of graduate bass students: 0
- Studio Class
What Alumni Are Doing
- An alum is heading to grad school to pursue a Masters in Jazz Performance.
Perspectives from the Bass Faculty
Q: What are some of your favorite experiences teaching at your school?
A: I enjoy collaborating and conducting studio class with the other string faculty. We all bring a different perspective to the table, and students, regardless of instrument, get a lot of feedback from all four of us.
About The Bass Faculty
Danielle Meier is currently a member of the Omaha and Lincoln Symphonies in Nebraska, as well as Professor of Double Bass at the University of Nebraska, Omaha. A graduate of the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, she earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Music Performance studying with Lawrence Hurst, and was fortunate to also take lessons with Jeffery Turner, Owen Lee, and Craig Brown during that time. Originally from Delaware, Dani began studying bass at age 9 and refuses to tell you how old she is now. She grew up playing in the Wilmington Community Orchestra, moved on to the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra, played as Principal and Section in multiple orchestras at IU, and was able to attend the Brevard Music Festival and join the National Repertory Orchestra during the summer. She is also a substitute for the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and will be hard-pressed to find a better Mahler 8 experience. Outside of music, Dani enjoys working with animals, specifically her own four cats, and lifting semi-heavy things.
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