“Viciously beautiful timbre”
– BOSTON GLOBE
Praised for his “lovely, nuanced tenor” (Boston Musical Intelligencer), Daniel McGrew is an active performer of a broad range of repertoires spanning opera, musical theatre, early, and new musics. Deeply committed to the art of song, he has appeared in concert with Brooklyn Art Song Society, Five Boroughs Music Festival, Mirror Visions Ensemble, New York Festival of Song, Philadelphia Chamber Music Society, and the University Musical Society.
Daniel was the First Prize Winner of the 2021 Young Concert Artists Susan Wadsworth International Auditions, where he also received the St. Vincent College Concert Prize and the University of Florida Performing Arts Prize. In the summer of 2021, Daniel was in residence for the second time at the Marlboro Music Festival. He has also performed at the Tanglewood Music Festival and participated in the annual Festival of Contemporary Music.
An early music specialist, Daniel has performed Bach with conductors including Matthew Halls, John Harbison, David Hill, and Masaaki Suzuki, and toured India and the Baltic region with Juilliard415 and Yale University’s Schola Cantorum. Beyond the classical repertory, he has participated in concerts including the symphonic premier of James Lapine’s Sondheim on Sondheim with the Boston Pops Orchestra and David Loud’s Sondheim revue, A Good Thing Going.
Daniel holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory and Yale University. He recently completed his doctoral studies at the University of Michigan.
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