Daniel Pincus, tenor, has performed with the Portland Baroque Orchestra, Monadnock Music, the Berkshire Bach Society, The 92nd Street Y Schubertiades, The Desoff Choirs, The New York Philharmonic, Long Island Baroque Ensemble, The Western Wind Vocal Ensemble, ARTEK, and The Clarion Consort. He has collaborated on Schubert’s Die Schöne Müllerin with Trevor Stephenson, John Van Burkirk and Kenneth Cooper on fortepiano, and with Sylvia Kahane on modern piano. Malcolm Bilson invited Daniel to perform Beethoven’s An Die Ferne Geliebte at the Merkin Concert Hall in NYC. He is heard on the soundtrack of the film, Antisemitism, composed by the noted Bruce Adolphe, showing at the Holocaust
Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. Recordings include Salmon Rossi L’Ebreo’s Jewish motets The Songs of Solomon on Dorian, Eric Milnes, cond., selections on Julianne Baird’s album, Jane’s Hand on MHS, Peter in Schütz’s St. Matthew Passion, and tenor aria singer in Bach’s St. John’s Passion, both on Newport Classics, Anthony Newman, cond.
Each week, Daniel leads classical music appreciation classes at senior centers. Daniel feels that all this has prepared him to portray the haughty, rigid, legalistic, sadistic and remorseless tormentor, Judge Victor Brusa.
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