Tenor Daniel Hutchings appears frequently with ensembles such as the Baroque Chamber Orchestra of Colorado, the Denver Early Music Consort, the Boulder Bach Festival, St. Martin’s Chamber Choir, and Seicento Baroque Ensemble. Recently, Daniel and his wife, composer and pianist Rachael Hutchings, premiered two of her works on Colorado Public Radio. Before moving to Colorado, Mr. Hutchings was a fixture of the San Francisco Bay Area music scene. He has appeared with American Bach Soloists, Philharmonia Baroque and Magnificat, and has performed as a soloist in Bach’s St. Matthew Passion, St. John Passion, and B Minor Mass, Monteverdi’s Vespers of 1610 and various works by Vivaldi, Charpentier and others. He has provided many performances of the Bach Cantatas, especially with the San Francisco Bach Choir. He performed for five years at the Carmel Bach Festival, and was one of its Virginia Best Adams Fellows. The San Francisco Classical Voice says, “tenor Dan Hutchings…performed with great sensitivity. Hutchings’ high clarion tenor is perfect for Bach’s music.” The Denver Post says, “Hutchings commanded rapt attention in his beautifully phrased performance… With extraordinary breath control and fine-tuned interpretation, he delivered this piece…with aplomb.” Mr. Hutchings began studying music in his hometown of Briarcliff, New York. He attended the Interlochen Arts Academy his senior year of high school and went on to complete a B.M. in voice at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music.
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