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Daniel Gutmann 

The Austrian baritone Daniel Gutmann made his vocal studies at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts with Julia Bauer-Huppmann. He made his opera debut in 2013 as Don Alfonso (»Così fan tutte«) at the Salzkammergut Festival in Gmunden. He has sung Leporello (»Don Giovanni«), Buonafede (»Il mondo della luna«), Toante (»Oreste«) and Figaro (»Le nozze di Figaro«) in Schönbrunn Palace Theatre in Vienna, and performed at the Salzburg Festival in Gottfried von Einem’s »Der Prozess« and in the Large Hall of the Concert House in Vienna in Leonard Bernstein’s »Mass«. In addition, he has performed as a guest at Baden City Theatre in Leo Fall’s operetta »Die Kaiserin«, appeared in the children’s opera production at the »jOPERA« Festival in the main role of Buonafede (»Il mondo della luna«) in Jennersdorf and sung a leading role in Stephen Storace’s opera »Gli Equivoci« at the Free Opera Company in Zurich. Since the end of 2016, he has also been a member of the »Animato« music theatre, which presents workshops for children in Austria and Germany.

A significant proportion of Daniel Gutmann’s artistic creativity is also devoted to concert recitals and lieder. Having grown up with choral music, he started his career as a soloist at an early stage. Concert trips took him as far afield as New York, Singapore, Washington D. C. and the eastern USA. Moreover, he has given a number of recitals in Austria, including the Castle Concerts in Walpersdorf Castle.

In addition, the young baritone is a graduate in Sports Studies from the University of Vienna and works as manager and front man in his country band »The Groovecake Factory«, with whom he won the »Rising Star Award« at the »Texas Sounds International Country Music Award« in Jefferson/Texas (USA) in November 2018.

Daniel Gutmann has been a member of the ensemble of the Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz since September 2019, where he played roles like Papageno (»Die Zauberflöte«), Dandini (»La Cenerentola«), Mann mit dem Maulesel (»Die Kluge«), Schaunard (»La bohème«), Josef (»Wiener Blut«) and Egon von Wildenhagen (»Der Vetter aus Dingsda«) .

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