New York, NY
Daniel Rosenberg is a tenor, librettist and musical theatre composer residing in New York City. Daniel has performed roles including Chevalier, Dialogues des Carmelités; Ratkin, A Month in the Country; Docteur, Cendrillon; Page, Amahl and the Night Visitors; Figaro; The Marriage of Figaro; Push-Tush, The Mikado; Papageno, Die Zauberflöte. He has performed roles in music theatre including Chairman, The Mystery of Edwin Drood; Jesus; Jesus Christ Superstar; Leaf, 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee; Perchik, Fiddler on the Roof; Marius, Les Miserables. Daniel also performed the role of Narrator in his original musical: Richard! He has performed at renowned venues such as Jordan Hall, The Minskoff Theatre, Mechanics Hall, Symphony Hall Boston and the Temple of Music and Art.
Daniel Rosenberg has sung on staff with the choirs of Trinity Cathedral in Cleveland, St. John’s Cathedral in Denver, Christ the King Episcopal Church and St. Phillip’s Parish in Tucson. He has sung with the Oberlin College Choir, and with the New England Conservatory Chamber Singers. Rosenberg attended the American Institute of Vocal Arts in 2018, where he focused on Lieder, and performed in Liederabends throughout Austria. Daniel attended the Words into Sound festival at Oberlin Conservatory where he worked with Gene Scheer and Joseph Mechavich.
Daniel founded Join or Die Productions in 2018, for which he won the New England Conservatory Entrepreneurial Musicianship Grant. Join or Die Productions produces original musicals, and has originated and performed two productions: RICHARD; a CYA pop-punk musical detailing the spree killings of serial killer Richard Chase, and Ghost Riders in the Sky!; a queer-country musical fleshing out the narrative of the song by the same title in the context of Aravaipa Canyon, Arizona. Daniel looks forward to expanding his company and producing more original theatre in the future. He now arranges for and music directs for Pocket Aces Productions in New York.
Rosenberg attended Oberlin Conservatory from 2016-2017, New England Conservatory through 2021 where he studied with Karen Holvik. He is now pursuing a Master of Vocal Performance at Mannes Conservatory with Bill Burden.