Daniel Carberg, tenor, is an internationally renowned performer and teacher with noted appearances throughout North America and Europe. He has sung with Sting, Piffaro, The Catacoustic Consort, and has been featured on National Public Radio’s Performance Today. Recordings of Daniel can be found on such labels as Harmonia Mundi, Gothic Records, Dorian Records, and First Step Records.
Daniel received degrees from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in Music Education and Vocal Performance, and a Doctorate in Music from Indiana University at Bloomington, with a focus on Early Music Vocal Performance and Performance Practice.
He has performed as a regular member of Theatre of Voices and the 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, Songfest, Amsterdam’s Concertgebouw and Musiekgebouw, Disney Hall and Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall. In 2010 Daniel performed the lead role of Orfeo in Claudio Monteverdi’s opera, L’Orfeo for Opera Otago, New Zealand. Recently Daniel has been a featured soloist with the Keene Chorale and the Greater Keene Pops Choir.
As a musical director of opera, Daniel 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’s Alcina, John Blow’s Venus and Adonis and Marc-Antoine Charpentier’s Le Malade Imaginaire.
Daniel taught at Millikin University in Decatur Illinois for twelve years serving as Associate Professor. With strong roots in classical and early music, he also has extensive experience and interest in jazz, musical theatre, commercial music, and acting. In addition he 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. Daniel is also an active clinician and adjudicator throughout the New England Region.
Joining the music faculty at Keene State College in the fall of 2013, Dan serves as the Coordinator of Vocal Activities.
About the Monadnock Chorus Chamber Singers
The Monadnock Chorus Chamber Singers was formed in 1999. The group is made up of sixteen to twenty singers - four-five for each voice part. The MCCS is small and mobile enough to perform in venues which cannot accommodate the larger chorus, such as local churches, town bandstands, assisted living facilities and various municipal buildings. Both the Monadnock Chorus and its Chamber Singers have the following goals:
- to educate our audiences about choral music
- to encourage the community to attend our concerts
- to provide the community with the opportunity to enjoy great works of choral music performed live in their own area
- to become a more active part of the business community in the Monadnock Region
The Monadnock Chorus is grateful for the 1999 Pride Award, given by the Chambers of Commerce in Jaffrey and Rindge. This grant was used to start the Monadnock Chorus Chamber Singers. The Monadnock Chorus Chamber Singers performs a varied repertoire - classical, sacred, madrigals, spirituals, contemporary - both a cappella and accompanied. If you are interested in having this chorus perform for your organization, contact Sandy Jackson by e-mail via the chorus' general email address or by phone at 603-525-6660.