Daniel Brennan, Tenor
Daniel Brennan is a native of New Jersey, currently residing in Los Angeles. He recently earned a BFA in Vocal Performance at Carnegie Mellon University. During his time there, he had the great pleasure to study with Douglas Ahlstedt. In addition, he participated in the CMU Chorus and CMU Singers, the CMU Treblemakers, and performed in numerous operas at CMU, most notably as Azor in Zémire et Azor. During his #me in Pittsburgh, he performed at Carnegie Music Hall and PNC Park, with various ensembles within the city. He also performed in many concerts with Carnegie Mellon’s experimental music performance group, the Exploded Ensemble. Most recently, Daniel has been spending his time in Los Angeles singing with the Verdi Chorus, and performing with the Independent Opera Company and the Lyric Opera of Orange County, in roles such as Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, and Ralph Rackstraw in H.M.S Pinafore. He looks forward to continuing to expand his performance career in LA and NYC.