Dr. Daniel Carberg, tenor, is an internationally renowned performer and teacher with noted appearances throughout North America and Europe. Recently he has sung with Sting, Piffaro, The Catacoustic Consort, and has been featured on National Public Radio’s Performance Today. Dan also performed the lead role of Orfeo in Claudio Monteverdi’s opera L’Orfeo for Opera Otago, New Zealand.
Dan has performed as a regular member of Theatre of Voices and Pro Arte Singers, and is a current member of three American vocal ensembles: Liber, The Concord Ensemble and Gravitación. Other important appearances include the San Francisco, Berkeley, Madison and Bloomington Early Music Festivals, performances at Songfest, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw and Musiekgebouw, Disney Hall and Carnegie Hall.
As a musical director of opera, Dan has led productions of Purcell’s The Fairy Queen and Dido and Aeneas, Monteverdi’s L’incoronazione di Poppea, Mozart’s Bastien und Bastienne, Handel’sAlcina, John Blow’s Venus and Adonis and most recently Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Le Malade Imaginaire. Recordings of Dan can be found on such labels as Harmonia Mundi, Dorian Records, Gothic Records and First Step Records.
Dan taught at Millikin University in Decatur Illinois for twelve years serving as Associate Professor, with subjects including applied voice, vocal pedagogy, main-stage opera, medieval/renaissance music history, baroque opera history, commercial vocal styles, class voice, and he directed a select vocal ensemble, Tudor Voices. With strong roots in classical and early music, he also has extensive experience and interest in jazz, music theatre, and commercial music. In addition Dan served as faculty at La Bella Musica in Urbania, Italy for two summers and in 2008 he co-founded the annual New Brunswick Early Music Festival in Canada, where he serves as Co-Artistic Director.
An active clinician and adjudicator Dan joined the music faculty at Keene State College in the fall of 2013, Dan serves as the Coordinator of Vocal Activities.