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 2009. He is noted for his versatility as an artist and performer
in both lyric and dramatic repertoire.
This season, Mr. de Vicente debuted at the Teatro Verdi of Padova
and Bassano OperaEstate festival as Capellio in Bellini’s I Capuleti
ed I Montecchi, and reprised the role of Rigoletto in Padova, under
the direction of M. Andrea Albertin. In the spring Mr. de Vicente debuted
as Iago in Otello in a concert version that spanned several cities in
the Veneto region.
During the 2015-2016 season, he performed the Petit Messe Solennelle
in Germany with Convivium Musicum Mainz, and debuted in his hometown
of Tampa, Florida in La Traviata. His 2014-2015 season brought many
notable debuts, such as the title role in Rigoletto, as well as Monterone,
Michonnet of Adriana Lecouvreur , and Giorgio Germont in La Traviata.
Mr. de Vicente was also part of the Opera Colorado Resident Artist Program,
where he performed in Die Zauberflöte (erster Priester) and helped create
the role of Governor Bellingham in an abridged version of Lori Laitman’s
The Scarlet Letter.
He has also performed the roles of Gianni Schicchi, Sharpless (Madama
Butterfly), Leporello (Don Giovanni), Don Bartolo (Il Barbiere di Siviglia)
Gil (Il Segreto di Susanna) and Marcello (La Boheme). He has performed
in notable Italian theaters, such as Teatro La Fenice of Venice, Maggio
Musicale Fiorentino, Teatro Verdi Trieste, Teatro filarmonico di Verona,
Teatro di Lonigo, and Teatro Comunale of Ferrara, and has performed
under the direction of Jeffey Tate, Maurizio Barbacini, Zubin Mehta,
Fabrizio Milani, Daniel Lipton, and Ari Pelto. At the age of six, he
began taking piano lessons. By the time he graduated high school he
was proficient in the clarinet, tuba, the guitar and Galician bagpipes,
and began singing in local choirs. He holds B.M. and M.M. degrees in
Vocal Performance from the University of South Florida. After completing
his Master’s degree, Mr. de Vicente moved to Venice, Italy, where he
lived for over a decade. He currently lives in Germany and speaks fluent
Spanish, Galician, English, Italian, Venetian dialect, and some German.
He has studied with Jerald Reynolds, Sherman Lowe, Mark Morouse, and
Teresa Perdoncin Ceron.
Future engagements include a concert as part of the 2017 Darmstädter
Residenzfestspiele as well as an appearance in November with the group
“Doris Dean”, in Berlin.