The new season brings several exciting house and role debuts for Daniel, starting with Gunther in Andreas Homokis new Götterdämmerung at the Opera Zurich alongside a superb cast including Camilla Nylund and Klaus Florian Vogt, followed by Die Fledermaus and Die tote Stadt at the Staatsoper Hamburg and Die ersten Menschen in Bilbao. At the Volksoper Wien Daniel will interpretate roles as Danilo in a new production of Die Lustige Witwe, Marcello, Peter Besenbinder, Papageno and Eisenstein. On top of that you can hear him in a Liederabend at the Albert Hall in Vienna and also the Konzerthaus Wien singing Carmina Burana with the RSO Wien. All the dates you can already find in the calendar!
Daniel is singing again Alberich in Wagners Rheingold, touring venues are Köln, Ravello and Luzern. Kent Nagano is conducting, Concerto Köln and Dresdner Festspielorchester playing. This historically informed interpretation will also be recorded in a high-quality studio production. Stay tuned!
Daniel will sing the baritone part in Beethovens 9th Symphony with the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande and Zürcher Sing-Akademie, conducted by Jonathan Nott on april 19th and 20th at the Victoria Hall in Geneva and April 21st at the Rosey Concert Hall in Rolle.
Robert Carsens beautiful Production of Cavalieris “Rappresentatione di anima et di corpo”, recorded at the Theater an der Wien is now available on DVD with Daniel singing Corpo
Daniel is singing Gustav Mahlers „Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen“, Wolfgang Dörner is conducting the Orchestre Pasdeloup!
Under the musical direction of Ton Koopman, Daniel sings the bass part in Bachs St. John’ s Passion on April 2nd in the basilica in Laren (NL) and on April 7th in the Isarphilharmonie in Munich.