Germany's Daniel Behle is one of the most versatile figures on the contemporary vocal music scene. He performs concerts, sings in operas, and gives song recitals, covering repertory from the Baroque to contemporary times, and in addition to these he is a composer of note. Behle was born in Hamburg in 1973. His mother, Renate Behle, was a dramatic soprano; she gave Daniel his first singing lessons when he was 22, and he continued to study with her in the early 2000s. He also majored in trombone at the Musikhochschule Hamburg, took lessons from tenor James Wagner, and took composition lessons from Peter Michael Hamel. Making his debut at the Oldenburger Staatstheater in the 2003-2004 season, he later joined the in-house rosters of the Volksoper in Vienna and the Frankfurt Opera. He has been independent since 2010 and has sung at the Paris ...
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