Countertenor, Daniel Bubeck has earned an international reputation performing in major concert halls and opera houses throughout the world: Carnegie Hall, Concertgebouw, Barbican Centre, Konzerthaus-Berlin, Théâtre Musical de Paris-Châtelet, English National Opera, Avery Fischer Hall, Walt Disney Hall and music festivals in Lucerne, Adelaide and Beijing. As a guest soloist he has sung with many esteemed organizations including the London Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Philharmonic, Tokyo Symphony, Moscow National Symphony Orchestra, BBC Symphony, London Philharmonic, Los Angeles Philharmonic, San Francisco Symphony, Boston Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, Holland Radio Orchestra, Estonian National Philharmonic, American Bach Soloists, Carmel Bach Festival, Chicago’s Haymarket Baroque and Indianapolis’ Echoing Air .
Career highlights include the world premieres and recordings of John Adams’ El Niño and The Gospel According to the Other Mary as well as over forty subsequent productions, the American premiere of the oratorio, Lost Objects music by David Lang, Julia Wolfe Michael Gordon, world premiere of Robert Moran’s work for countertenor and orchestra, Frammenti di un’opera barocca perduta, and most recently in 2021, the world premiere of Infinite Movement, a multi-media oratorio by Shara Nova and Matthew Ritchie. As a baroque music specialist, Mr. Bubeck has sung numerous masterworks such as Bach’s St. John and St. Matthew Passions and numerous works of his favorite composer, Handel: Giulio Cesare, Rinaldo, Orlando, Serse, Flavio, Partenope, Messiah, Israel in Egypt, Saul, Solomon, and Theodora.
CD recordings include John Adams’ El Niño and The Gospel According to the Other Mary (Nonesuch and Deutsche Gramophone), Vivaldi cantatas (Sony Classical) and the soundtrack of the Warner Bros. hit thriller, I am Legend.
Upcoming performances include Adams’ El Niño with the Cleveland Orchestra and Cincinnati May Festival and Bach’s St. John Passion with Dallas Bach Society.
A native of Wilmington, DE, Dr. Bubeck holds degrees from the University of Delaware, Peabody Conservatory and Indiana University. He teaches voice at the University of North Texas.