Daniel Juarez – tenor

October 27, 2013 No Comments

Juarez-Daniel-214x300Tenor Daniel Juárez is becoming well known to New England opera audiences, having appeared in the past few seasons with Connecticut Lyric Opera, MetroWest Opera, Western Connecticut State University Opera Studio, and in various recital and concert venues throughout the region. The Day of New London, CT said of his performance of Erik in The Flying Dutchman:  “Juárez almost stole the show Saturday, his full-throated tenor filing the hall with anger and frustration…” The Town Times of Middletown, CT said of his Don Jose in Carmen:  “…the real revelation of the evening was tenor Daniel Juárez as Don Jose… he flooded the theater with big, burnished, baritonal sounds, a powerful top, and plenty of gut-wrenching passion…” The Day of New London, CT described his performance in Carmen as “a riveting evening of musical drama by tenor Daniel Juárez” and further noted, “His growing vocal ardor, a smooth and powerful tenor well-suited to this French material, and stagecraft through the final two acts . . . were character development writ large. From the Act 2 aria “La fleur que tu m’avais jetée” through the impassioned duets that followed to the finale, Juárez was the evening’s emotional epicenter.”

 

Mr. Juárez has also been featured as the tenor soloist in a number of oratorio and concert performances, including Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem and Vesperae Solennes de Confessore, J.S. Bach’s Magnificat, Ariel Ramirez’ Misa Criolla, Schütz’ Sieben Worte Jesu Christi am Kreuz. Of a performance of Rossini’s Stabat Mater the New Canaan News said: “The most spectacular of the arias was “Cujus Animam,” which takes the tenor soloist to a stratospheric high d-flat. Dan Juárez made it look easy. He has a full dramatic sound, somewhat dark, but flexible, undaunted by Rossini’s demands that took him all over his range.”

 

Mr. Juárez is a graduate of the Yale University School of Music. He is a former Minnesota Opera Studio Artist and former finalist in the Southwest Region Metropolitan Opera National Council auditions. He is Assistant Director of Communications & Outreach for the Yale World Fellows and Director of Music at Branford Evangelical Free Church in Branford, CT.

Mr. Juárez will return to the CLO stage later this season as the poet Rodolfo in Puccini’s La Bohème.

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