Alaskan violist Danika Paskvan (b. 1992) lives and plays in New York City. Paskvan’s performance interests range from early Baroque to classical music of today. Her current musical life involves contemporary chamber and solo works for the viola. Paskvan's work explores the inherent values of her music-making communities, newly arising modes of musical communication, and the interpersonal affective range within the genre.
Ms. Paskvan attended Northwestern University, where she studied violin, viola, and linguistics. She is now a student of Samuel Rhodes at The Juilliard School.