About TOV:

Daniel Carlsson, countertenor

Swedish born Daniel Carlsson (1980) has studied in Vadstena, Sweden and the Royal Danish Music Academy with Margrethe Enevold in Copenhagen. He graduated as counter tenor in 2009. Further studies and master classes with Martin Isepp, Jill Feldman, Roger Vignoles, Paul Esswood and Richard Levitt, who was Andreas Scholl's teacher for many years.

Daniel has performed as soloist in Händel's Messiah and Bach B-minor Mass with South Jutland Symphony Orchestra, Charpentier's Messe de Morts in the Cuenca Baroque Festival. Also in 2009 he sang Amor/L'INCORONAZIONE DI POPPEA at Drottningholm Slottsteater, Stockholm. In the Musikfestival Sanssouci in Potsdam, 2010 he sang Nearco/CALANDRO. The following year he again participated in L'incoronazione di Poppea but in a new role: Nero. Folkoperan in Stockholm Sweden invited Daniel to sing Tolemaios/GIULIO CESARE in 2013. In the spring of 2013 he also sang Farman in the new opera FALLING AWAKE by Lasse Schwanenflügel Piasecki in the ILT Festival, Aarhus. Summer 2013 saw Daniel sing Oberon/MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at Läckö Slott, Sweden.the Daniel Carlsson performs regularly with Musica Vitae orchestra conducted by Fredrik Malmberg. In autumn 2013 Daniel participates in a scenic version of Britten's Canticle II "Abraham and Isaac" at the Gothenburg Opera.

Daniel has worked with conductors like Stephen Layton, Philip Pickett, Mark Tatlow, Olof Boman, Joakim Unander, Benjamin Bayl and Simon Phipps.

Other collaborations on a regular basis includes projects with the composer and artist Line Törnhöj. He performed her new piece "Portrait" in the Danish Radio in spring 2013.