Daniel Seigel


Having just finished his Performance degree in Opera at the Peabody Conservatory, where he also obtained a Master’s in Voice, Daniel G. Seigel debuted with Harbor Opera as the director of Gallantry in January, and is now excited to present his acting side in Old Maid and Trouble in Tahiti.  Dan received his undergraduate training in Theatre at Birmingham-Southern College, during which time he appeared in principal roles in Company, Amadeus, Sweeney Todd, and finally La Bohème. He was also twice the winner, in consecutive years, of the Whittington Aria Competition in his undergraduate years.  Since arriving at the Peabody Conservatory in 2002, he has appeared in Peabody Opera Theatre productions of Albert Herring, Il Trittico, The Threepenny Opera, Cendrillon, The Alien Corn, and as Ford in Falstaff and Fredrik Egerman in A Little Night Music.  Professionally, he has performed the role of Sid in Albert Herring in 2004 with New Jersey Opera Theater, and then performed (for the second time) the role of the Vicar in the same opera with Opera North in Lebanon, NH.  A winner of the Sylvia Greene Vocal Competition at Peabody, he received shining reviews for his performance of Mahler’s Songs of a Wayfarer in January of 2005.  Dan also was a winner in the Alabama district of the Metropolitan National Council Auditions in 2005.