Daniel Rosenberg
Daniel Rosenberg

Daniel Rosenberg, an award-winning young baritone from Tucson, will give a vocal concert on Tuesday (July 12) at 11:30 a.m. Rosenberg is bound for the Oberlin Conservatory of Music this fall, where he will train for a career in opera theatre.

The list of Rosenberg’s awards gives an idea of his multi-faceted talents and interests that include and go beyond the world of classical music.  He is the winner of the 2016 Tucson Ben Vereen Awards (for musical theater), winner of the 2015 Tucson Sing-Off, and six-time winner of the Arizona Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing Competitions.

Tuesday’s recital will include selections from classical, musical theatre and pop genres exploring the musical literature on the life of a wanderer.

Bonnie Bird
Bonnie Bird

The singer will be joined by pianist Bonnie Bird, a staff vocal coach and collaborative pianist at the University of Arizona’s Fred Fox School of Music.

Rosenberg has participated in summer programs at Interlochen Center for the Arts, Walnut Hill School for the Arts, and Arizona Theatre Company Summer on Stage.  He has played leading roles in Beauty and the Beast, Les Miserables, The Mikado, Fiddler on the Roof, and has appeared in scenes from The Marriage of Figaro and Jesus Christ Superstar among others.

This summer he will travel to Worcester Cathedral in England with the St. Philip’s in the Hills Schola Cantorum Choir to participate in a choral residency.

Written by Leslie Nitzberg, Academy Village Volunteer

More Info on attending an event
Academy Village is an active-adult community located off Old Spanish Trail six miles southeast of Saguaro National Park East. Its residents support the Arizona Senior Academy, a non-profit charitable organization whose mission includes offering free concerts and lectures to the public.

These events are held in the Great Room of The ASA Building adjacent to the Academy Village Community Center. Due to the popularity of cultural events, non-residents who wish to ensure priority seating are advised to make reservations by email at info@arizonasenioracademy.org or by phone at (520) 647-0980. To learn more about the Academy, go to www.asa-tucson.org.

Parking for visitors is in the lot behind the Community Center. All parking spaces in front of the Academy building are reserved.

Baritone to Sing About the Wandering Life:July 2016
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