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With Lebanese, Swiss and German origins and raised in Egypt, Delaney is a musician who feels at home in more than one country and more than one field. A classically trained artist with a Master's degree in Music Technology from New York University (NYU), Delaney is a versatile performer with a love for creative collaboration, exploration and learning. During her time at NYU she dedicated her thesis research to a 'dancer-musician' concept, her personal investigative approach to the skill of live cross-disciplinary performance utilizing real-time translation of dance movement into sound by the same performer. 

Delaney moved to New York in September, 2013 after having lived in Athens, Greece for six years. She is currently based in Brooklyn and has had the pleasure of working with individuals and groups with a wide variety of styles including Gurumiran, Pink Martini, Camila Cabello, Printz Board, St. Vincent, Maria Manousaki Quartet, Musica de Camara, Urban Playground Chamber Orchestra, The Tango Fado Project, The New York Arabic Orchestra, Misha Piatigorsky's Sketchy Orkestra, 2Cellos, Circa x Survive and a number of other New York- based orchestras, bands and projects. Venues and events Delaney plays at include Rockwood Music Hall, Le Poisson Rouge, Terminal 5, El Museo del Barrio, Carnegie Hall, Radio City Music Hall, The Onassis Cultural Center (Athens), MuCEM (Marseille), The Beiteddine Festival (Lebanon), The White House Correspondent's Dinner, Saturday Night Live and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. 

 

 

Current collaborations include projects with collaborators Fraser Campbell (musician and composer), Maya Orchin (contemporary dancer and choreographer). The projects have been shown at the 2016 and 2017 editions of the Quartiers Danses festival in Montreal, as well as at Brew in Motion 2.0 and the Marjorie S. Deane Little Theater for Noree Arts' Playscape 2016. 

Delaney co-produces Latin Grammy-nominated composer Rafael Piccolotto de Lima's Chamber Project, a blend of classical, jazz and Brazilian music, and is the co-founder of artist collaborative Algazarra.

In addition to freelancing as a performer, Delaney teaches private and group Suzuki-based violin classes as part of her private studio and through the Tone Academy of Music, on behalf of which she also teaches at BASIS Independent Brooklyn and Montessori Soho.