JoEmma Danini showed her artistic talent since childhood, as a singer / songwriter, actress and media professional. In 1994, JoEmma played the role of Maria, a teenager in the United States and her adventures with six others; He participated in 105 episodes that aired nationally on TV Azteca for the English Series “Telesecundaria”.
In 1998, JoEmma attended the National Conservatory of Music of Puebla and in 2000 she received a scholarship to attend the “Berklee College of Music”, in Boston, Massachusetts, where she obtained the title of “Film Scoring”. During this time, JoEmma performed with the 2003 band nominated for the Boston Music Award, “Kilombo Mambo” and participated in several Berklee international music festivals. Upon moving to Miami in 2005, JoEmma began working as a lead singer at St. Francis de Sales in Miami Beach. Since then, JoEmma has become the musical director of “St. Charles Borromeo” in Hallandale, Florida and for “St. Joseph’s” in Miami Beach, Florida. She started working for “Pax Catholic Communications” in December 2006, where she shared her talent as a radio presenter in “El Musical de Radio Paz”, “El Toro de Radio Paz”, “Viva la Vida de Telepaza” and “Tu Iglesia Today of Radio Paz 830am “.
In 2011 JoEmma received a Bachelor of Science in Communications from the International University of Florida. During her time at FIU, JoEmma was awarded Magna Cum Laude, SJMC Oustanding Award for Journalism Students and a scholarship to practice with WPBT Channel 2 (PBS Miami). While working for PBS, JoEmma had the opportunity to be a camera reporter, interviewing director Jay Rodriguez during the summer shorts series at the Arsht Center; She was also honored as an associate producer of the PBS Arts documentary, “GREAT PERFORMANCES,” “Miami Island Arts,” one of the thirteen short documentaries in the series. JoEmma Danini has studied with the renowned opera singer Conchita de Antuñano; Renowned playwright Mario Diament and television producer Kate MacMillin. Ms. Danini is delighted to be part of the professional Sebastian Ligarde Workshop, where she has been teaching vocal projection, voice placement and singing lessons workshop. Some of his last students include William Levy, Raul Olivo and many graduate students of TASL, Inc. At the end of 2011 he presented his CD “Blessed Christmas” (Silent Night in the tab ‘Videos’). He finished the year presenting the CD live in several states. In Chicago he received a standing ovation at the spectacular St.Clement in Lincoln Park (Chicago).