Praised for his "Warm voice, full, and gifted with an unmistakably
elegant singing production...”, Spanish-American baritone Daniel Luis
de Vicente has been delighting audiences in North America and Europe
since 2014. He is noted for his versatility as an artist and performer
in both lyric and dramatic repertoire.
This season, Mr. de Vicente was the title role in the German premiere
of the Spanish opera “El Gato Montés” by the composer Manuel Penella,
at the Pfalztheater Kaiserslautern. He was acclaimed as a “baritone
discovery” and “…shone with strength...“in an “….exceptional 3rd Act
In the 2016/17 season, he began making debuts in Germany. He performed
in the symphonic-choral work, “Te Deum” by Dvorak and Beethoven’s 9th
symphony with the Bochumer Symphoniker, as well as performing with the
2017 Darmstädter Residenzfestspiele. In Italy, he debuted with Bassano
OperaEstate festival as Capellio in Bellini’s I Capuleti ed I Montecchi.
In the spring, Mr. de Vicente debuted as Iago in Otello in concert version.
In the previous season, Mr. de Vicente was a soloist in the Opera
Colorado Resident Artist Program. He has also performed the roles of
Monterone, Rigoletto, Michonnet, Barone Douphol, Giorgio Germont, Gianni
Schicchi, Sharpless, Leporello, Don Bartolo, Gil (Il Segreto di Susanna)
and Marcello (La Boheme).
Born in Florida, USA with family roots in Spain, he holds a B.M.
and an M.M. from the University of South Florida. He has performed in
theaters such as Teatro La Fenice, Teatro Del Monaco Treviso, Teatro
Verdi Trieste, Teatro filarmonico di Verona, Opera Tampa, and Teatro
Comunale of Ferrara, and has performed under the direction of names
like Maurizio Barbacini, Fabrizio Milani, Andrea Albertin, Daniel Lipton,
Rodrigo Tomillo, Arno Hartmann, and Steven Sloane.