Dana Arthur has studied classical piano for twelve years, competing in competitions at Loyola University, Southeastern Louisiana University, and in various areas in southern Louisiana, medaling in the first three places in several events including LMTA Rally, sonata, and romantic/contemporary programs. After receiving a vocal scholarship, Dana attended Southeastern Louisiana University where she studied classical voice and piano, graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Music degree in Vocal Performance in May 2015. She competed and placed in both the Southern Regional N.A.T.S. and Louisiana State N.A.T.S. as a finalist. Dana has sung in church choirs as a professional and scholarship vocalist along with currently serving as a cantor for masses, services, weddings, funerals, and vocalist/pianist for private events. She has performed onstage in opera/musical theatre productions including It’s Only Life – A New Musical Revue, La Perichole (Frasquinella), Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (Beggar Woman/Lucy), and Southeastern’s: Opera by the Slice (soloist). Dana is a singer/songwriter with years of previous and current experience that started in her teen years with working in the studio on original material and session keyboard work for other musicians. To date, she has recorded and produced full length albums of original material and has had her work aired on U.S. and European radio. Diving into the world of film making, Dana has most recently finished composing an original score for a short film, "The Language of Silence," which was first screened in the New Orleans Film Festival and will be showing in other film avenues in the future. Having been involved in many musical forums, Dana has performed in full length solo concerts and recitals and has been a featured soloist with full orchestras. Besides her compositional endeavors, Dana is a voice and piano instructor. Besides her compositional endeavors, she is a voice and piano instructor.