Daniel McGrew

Daniel McGrew, tenor (Orange, CA) is a performer of a broad range of repertoires spanning opera, early music, contemporary music, and musical theater. A winner of the 2021 Young Concert Artist (YCA) Auditions, he and pianist Sophia Zhou recently presented debut recitals at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. and Merkin Hall in New York City. His other recent concert highlights include performances of the complete Mörike songbook of Hugo Wolf with pianist Martin Katz; premieres by Benjamin C.S. Boyle, Shawn Chang, Tom Cipullo, Reena Esmail, and John Harbison; the role of Mortimer in the American premiere of George Benjamin’s “Lessons in Love and Violence” at Tanglewood; performances throughout Scotland and France with the Mirror Visions Ensemble; and Britten’s “Nocturne, Op. 60” with the Mendelssohn-Orchesterakademie in Leipzig. Daniel holds degrees from Oberlin Conservatory, Yale School of Music, and University of Michigan.