About

Daniel Mirosław, born in Warsaw, Poland, started singing at the age of 21.

He is a graduate of the Artist Diploma in Opera Studies program at the Juilliard School, where he studied with Edith Wiens. Prior to that, he has studied with Rudolf Piernay at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, and with Leonard Andrzej Mróz and Urszula Kryger at the Grażyna and Kiejstut Bacewicz Academy of Music in Łódź, Poland.

April 2018 he made his debut in Teatro Municipal de Santiago, Chile singing the title role in Mozart’s Don Giovanni.

His roles this season include Eustazio (Rinaldo) in Frankfurt, Melisso (Alcina) at the 42. Internationale Händel Festspiele in Karlsruhe, title role in Don Giovanni at the Wrocław Opera House in Poland and Figaro (Le nozze di Figaro) at the New Generation Festival in Firenze, Italy. In the next seasons he will be making his debut as Mephistopheles (Faust) in 2019, Raimondo (Lucia di Lammermoor) in 2020 and Escamillo (Carmen) in 2021.

At Juilliard, he has appeared as Don Geronio (Il turco in Italia), Collatinus (The Rape of Lucretia) and Der Tod (Der Kaiser von Atlantis). He made his Carnegie Hall debut in 2015 singing Don Fernando (Fidelio) and the bass solo in Beethoven’s Mass in C major. He also sang Oroe (Semiramide) in Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow with Maestro Alberto Zedda and The National Russian Orchestra. In 2016 he returned to Carnegie Hall to sing the bass solo in Handel’s Messiah. He was a semifinalist of the 2016 Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions.

As a member of the Frankfurt Opera ensemble in season 2016/17 he sang Lothar (Der Sandmann), Colline (La Boheme), Panthée (Les Troyens). He also appeared at the Alte Oper Frankfurt to sing the bass solo in Mozart’s Requiem. In the summer of 2017 he was performing at the Glyndebourne Opera Festival, where he sang the roles of Dr. Grenvil (La Traviata) and Truffaldino (Ariadne auf Naxos). In season 2017/18 in Frankfurt he sang Eustazio (Rinaldo), Gualtiero Raleigh (Roberto Devereux), Sparafucile (Rigoletto) and Quinault (Adriana Lecouvreur).