Daniel Miroslaw, baritone. He graduated of the Juilliard School, New York, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, and the Academy of Music in Lodz, Poland.
In 2021/22 season he made his debut as Iago in Verdi's Otello in Staatstheater Hannover and as Scarpia in Tosca in the Opéra National de Lorraine.
In 2022/23 he came back to sing Scarpia in Toulon and he performed the title role in Rimsky-Korsakov's Tsar Saltan in Hannover. He will debut as Gerard in Andrea Chenier in Theater St. Gallen, Sprecher in Die Zauberflöte in Zurich, and Vodnik in Rusalka in Hannover.
In Santiago, Chile he debuted as Don Giovanni and Mephistopheles in Faust. He performed those two roles again later in Wroclaw, Poland. In Hannover he sang Dulcamara, Don Basilio, Escamillo. He repeated Escamillo in Dusseldorf. He sang Mozart's Figaro and Don Magnifico in Cenerentola at the New Generation Festival in Florence. He appeared as Figaro once again in Warsaw Chamber Oper.
He sang Melisso in Karlsruhe, Graf Lamoral in Zurich. At Glyndebourne he appeared as Truffaldin (Ariadne auf Naxos) and Dr. Grenville (Traviata).
In 2016 he was a semifinals of the Metropolitan Opera National Council Competition.
In 2016-18 as a member of Frankfurt Opera ensemble he sang Sparafucile, Colline, Eustazio in Rinaldo, Gualtiero Raleigh in Roberto Devereux, Quinault in Adriana Lecouvreur, Officer in Onegin and Panthée in Les Troyens, Lothar in Der Sandmann.
In 2015 he sang Don Fernando in Fidelio's concert performance in Carnegie Hall and debuted as Oroe in Moscow's Tchaikovsky Hall in Semiramide under Alberto Zedda.
At Julliard he appeared as Don Geronio in Il turco in Italia, Collatinus in The rape of Lucretia and Der Tod in Der Kaiser von Atlantis.
He also sang solo in Handel's Messiah in Carnegie Hall and Lisbon, and in Mozart's Requiem in Frankfurt Alte Oper.