Dan Gabriello, baritone.
Gabriello made his international recital debut co-starring as equal principal soloist with the Italian world star tenor Alberto Cupido. He was a finalist in numerous international vocal competitions among the Grand Vocal Competition of Santa Margarita Ligure etc.
Never having sung the role of Scarpia in public, in April of 2000, with only three hours’ notice and no rehearsals, he made his debut as Baron Scarpia in a one night’s performance of Giacomo Puccini's Tosca at Teatro Comunale di Caltanissetta situated on the Italian island Sicily.
Before making his stage debut as Scarpia with great success, he reached to sing nearly 300 performances in supporting roles in almost all of the Italian main repertory.
On the concert stage, he performed together with great artists like Italian world-star tenor Alberto Cupido, Argentinean Soprano Fabiana Bravo; Spanish tenor German Villar; American star Soprano Kallen Esperian; Italian tenor Marcello Bedoni and many others.
Mr. Gabriello took part in master classes with Galina Vichnevskaia, Franco Corelli, Haakan Haagegaard, and Sherrill Milnes.
He is slated to perform the role of Scarpia in American National Opera Company’s production of Tosca, Jago in Otello & Carlo Gérard in Andrea Chénier on tour with
The American National Opera Company in the 2018/2019 season.
Mr. Gabriello has just finished a highly successful opera gala tour in China (10th – 24th of November 2015)– is the first Danish Opera Singer to perform in major concert halls with average seating capacity of 2500 seats. Each of the concerts was attended by 2000 spectators each.
On this tour, Mr. Gabriello performed 7 opera recitals in major cities like Beijing, Harbin, Yingkou, Dalian, Baoding, Zhengzhou, Changsha - for total sold-out theaters performing popular Italian & Neapolitan songs accompanied by the concert pianist Ms. Ha-Young Sul.
Mr. Gabriello holds a BA degree in Theater Science from the University of Copenhagen.
Dan did his studies with the celebrated singer Maestro Paolo Silveri in Rome and at the Vocal Perfection studies at Teatro alla Scala. He then studied with the renowned voice teacher and American baritone James Dietsch.