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Daniel Teadt is an in-demand singer who performs regularly with the Pittsburgh Opera and around the United States as well as internationally. He was voted Best Local Artist in a 2010 poll by Pittsburgh Magazine.
As an opera singer, Teadt has toured the United States with the San Francisco Opera. He has also performed roles with the London Symphony Orchestra, Opera Company of Philadelphia, Los Angeles Master Chorale, Tacoma Opera, Microscopic Opera Company, Opera Theater of St. Louis, and Achorage Opera among others.
On the concert stage, Teadt has appeared with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, Pacific Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, I Pomeriggi Musicale di Milano, Johnstown Symphony, Danville Symphony, and San Francisco Opera Orchestra. Teadt also performed selections from Byron Janis’ Hunchback of Notre Dame with Janis at the piano for a WQED ceremony celebrating the Pittsburgh legend.
As a recitalist, Teadt he has performed throughout the United States and Europe including appearances at the Ravinia Festival, Aix-en-Provençe Festival, The New York Festival of Song, Music in the Country and San Francisco Opera’s Schwabacher Debut Recitals.
Teadt is a voice instructor and maintains a studio in downtown Pittsburgh. He teaches at Clarion University in addition to W&J.
On record, Teadt can be heard in Britten’s Billy Budd on Virgin Classics. The CD, with the London Symphony Orchestra conducted by Daniel Harding, won the 2010 Grammy for Best Opera Recording.
Teadt holds master’s and bachelor’s degrees from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana. He is also an alumnus of the Pittsburgh Opera Center and was an artist-in-residence at the San Francisco Opera.