Daniel Ralphsson is a dynamic and dedicated singer who has an exceptional talent to interpret complex characters and has so far had a hugely successful career. Currently he appears as Pang in Turandot at The Royal Opera House in Stockholm and recent highlights include Pasquale in Orlando Paladino by Haydn at Drottningholms Slottsteater.
Daniel made his debut at the Royal Opera House in Stockholm performing Dr Blind in Die Fledermaus. He went on to perform Nobleman of Brabant in Lohengrin, Pang and Monostatos in an exciting new production of The Magic Flute at this highly prestigious venue. Season 2013/14 he will continue singing at this venue as Monostatos, a Jew in Salome and Goro in Madame Butterfly, a role he also has performed at Folkoperan in Stockholm.
Daniel has a solid and extensive musical education. He studied composition in Malmö, choir conducting, vocal coaching and classical song at the Royal College of Music in Stockholm and graduated from the Masters programme at the University College of Opera in Stockholm.
During his training Daniel was involved in several opera productions including the world premiers of both Bridgend Blues (Olov Olofsson) and Nätverket (Sven-David Sandström).
Daniel regularly performs and shares his talent in churches across Sweden, singing works by among others Mozart, Bach, Schubert, Charpentier, Monteverdi. His recital repertoire is varied and spans everything from Schubert to Ives.
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