Daniel Bubeck

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Adjunct Instructor


Vocal Studies

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Hailed by both 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,” Daniel Bubeck has earned an international reputation on both the opera and concert stage performing in music festivals throughout North America, Europe, Asia and Australia with such esteemed organizations as the Théâtre Musical de Paris-Châtelet, English National Opera, New York City Opera, Hawaii Opera Theater, London Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic, London Philharmonic, Tokyo Symphony, Moscow National Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Boston Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Holland Radio Orchestra, Estonian National Philharmonic, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Concerto Köln, American Classical Orchestra and American Bach Soloists and festivals in Hobart, Adelaide and Beijing.  Conductors with whom he has enjoyed collaboration include Sir Simon Rattle, Gustavo Dudamel, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Vladimir Jurowski, Kent Nagano, David Robertson, Robert Spano, Christopher Hogwood, Nicholas McGegan and John Adams.

Career highlights include the role of Corindo in Cesti’s Orontea with Haymarket Baroque in Chicago, and world premieres of Adams’ El Niño in Berlin with the Berlin Radio Orchestra (2000) and The Gospel According to the Other Mary in Rome with the Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia (2012). Other roles include Oberon (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), numerous roles in Handel’s operas/oratorios (Giulio Cesare, Rinaldo, Solomon), Medoro (Orlando), Arsamene (Serse), David (Saul), Guido (Flavio), Armindo (Partenope), Didymus (Theodora), Messiah, the American premiere of Lost Objects by David Lang, Julia Wolfe and Michael Gordon and the title role in Glass’s Akhnaten.

Dr. Daniel Bubeck holds degrees in voice from Indiana University (DM & MM – early music), Peabody Institute of Music (GPD/opera certificate) and the University of Delaware (BM).