Daniel Bubeck

Lecturer of Voice


Early Music, Vocal Studies

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Daniel Bubeck, countertenor, is hailed by the New York Times and Opera News for his “distinctive, honeyed timbre, smooth coloratura, secure technique and for his superb command of line and text.” Dr. Bubeck has performed in major concert halls, opera houses, and music festivals throughout the world including Carnegie Hall, Théâtre Musical de Paris-Châtelet, Tokyo’s Suntory Hall, Concertgebouw, and international music festivals in Beijing, Lucerne, Adelaide, and Brussels.

As a guest soloist, he has sung with esteemed organizations such as the London Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic, Tokyo Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Cleveland Orchestra, Boston Symphony, American Bach Soloists, Concerto Köln and the Carmel Bach Festival.

Career highlights include world premieres and numerous performances of John Adams’s El Niño and The Gospel According to the Other Mary, J.S. Bach’s B minor Mass, St. John and St. Matthew Passions, numerous operas and oratorios of Handel: Giulio Cesare, Rinaldo, Orlando, Serse, Messiah, La resurrezione, Saul, Solomon, Theodora and Israel in Egypt.  He has recorded Vivaldi solo cantatas (Sony Classical) and for the soundtrack of Warner Bros. I am Legend.

Bubeck holds doctoral and master's degrees in voice and historical performance from Indiana University and a performance diploma and opera certificate from Peabody Institute. His dissertation resulted in a resource guide to standard Handel opera roles for the countertenor.