Daniel now performs as a soloist internationally, both on the concert and opera platforms. He has performed with companies including Scottish Opera, Bolshoi Moscow, Oper Stuttgart, Garsington, Iford Festival, Nationale Reisoper, and English National Opera, Welsh National Opera, among many others, in roles including Unulfo in Handel’s RODELINDA, Athamas SEMELE, TAMERLANO, Amore and Valetto L’INCORONAZIONE DI POPPEA, Ramiro LA FINTA GIARDINIERA, Military Governor A NIGHT AT THE CHINESE OPERA, Oberon A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, PETER PAN and many more.
Daniel has been involved in many world premiere's in his short career, including Tom James’s NIJINSKY’S EYE, (a role written especially for him), roles in BURIAL AT THEBES and I WANDER AS I WONDER by Dominique Le Gendre, the title role in PETER PAN by Richard Ayres, FRANZISKUS by Sergei Newski and leading roles in touring productions of the baroque operas LA PURPURA DE LA ROSA and newly discovered ARMONYA DE LOS TRES MUNDOS.
Daniel is passionate about discovering and creating new work, as well as breathing new life into established works.
Preston born Daniel Keating-Roberts was first introduced to music as a treble at Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, under the direction of Professor Ian Tracey. From there he joined the London Oratory Schola whose film credits include Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter (Musical Director Mike McCarthy). Daniel then moved to Sheffield where he studied to music and singing to masters level, and sang as a songman in several Northern cathedrals, including Liverpool, Sheffield and York Minster.
Daniel completed another Masters at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, with awards from the Foyle Foundation and the Countess of Munster Trust, studying with Andrew Watts, with whom he continues to study. He also won the 2009 Guildhall aria competition. In 2010, Daniel became the first counter-tenor to be accepted onto the ENO Operaworks programme.
In 2014 Daniel was part of a creative team that won a 'Special Jury Prize' Golden Mask for FRANZISKUS at the Bolshoi theatre.
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