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Sophie Daneman is a British soprano specializing in the baroque repertoire.
Sophie Daneman, a daughter of the actor Paul Daneman, studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London.
She became known during the 1990s with the baroque music ensemble Les Arts Florissants, spearhead of the baroqueux movement led by William Christie, with whom she interpreted mainly great names of the French baroque such as MontÃ©clair, Rameau, Charpentier, Mondonville and Couperin.
In addition to William Christie, Daneman worked under the direction of numerous choir directors, such as Christopher Hogwood, Robert King, GÃ©rard Lesne, Jean-Claude Malgoire, Neville Marriner, Philippe Herreweghe, and Nicholas McGegan.
Daneman has recorded for the labels Erato, Harmonia Mundi, EMI Classics and Virgin Records.