Daniel Norman was a choral scholar at New College, Oxford, where he read Engineering. He went on to study in the US and Canada and at the Royal Academy of Music. He has since established himself as a highly adaptable singer/actor, able to encompass the most dramatic interpretations of the most demanding contemporary works currently in performance.
Previously for ENO: Orpheus the Myth/Hades The Mask of Orpheus, Monostatos The Magic Flute, First Jew Salome
Recent engagements include: Captain Vere Billy Budd (Central City Opera, Colorado); The Golden Dragon (Israel Contemporary Players in Israel and Hungary, Music Theatre Wales); On Wenlock Edge – live film project; Verdi Requiem at Wells Cathedral; recitals at the Oxford Lieder Festival and Wigmore Hall; War Requiem (Nottingham); Messiah (Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra); Glagolitic Mass (Three Choirs Festival); The Creation, Harmoniemesse (Cadogan Hall); Elijah (Barbican); Laca Jenůfa (Longborough Festival Opera); Scaramuccio Ariadne auf Naxos (Scottish Opera, Opera Holland Park); Guard in the premiere of Emily Howard’s To See the Invisible (Aldeburgh Festival); Mahler’s Symphony No. 8 (Ely Cathedral).
Forthcoming: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 (Casco Phil – The Chamber Orchestra of Belgium).
Last updated: 19th December 2019