Mexican bass Daniel Noyola recently finished his residency at the Houston Grand Opera Studio where he performed Colline/ La Bohème and Masetto in Kasper Holten’s production of Don Giovanni, as well as Laurentino in the world premiere of El Milagro del Recuerdo by J. Martinez. He covered the roles of Nourabad/ Les pêcheurs de perles and Balthazar/ La Favorite.
Previous engagements have included Mustafá/ L’italiana in Algeri with Tri-Cities Opera in New York, Dulcamara/ L’elisir d’amore with Sociedad Artística Sinaloense in Mexico, Figaro/ Le nozze di Figaro with Oberlin in Italy, Uberto/ La Serva Padrona and Luka in Walton's The Bear with the Merola Opera Program at the San Francisco Opera. In the double-bill The World Turned Upside Down with Wolf Trap Opera he sang Scapin in Gluck’s L’île de Merlin and Der Lautsprecher in Ullman’s Der Kaiser von Atlantis. At the Academy of Vocal Arts he performed the title role of Mozart’s Don Giovanni, Ferrando/ Il Trovatore, Don Alfonso/ Così fan tutte, Raimondo/ Lucia di Lammermoor, Brétigny/ Manon and Melisso/ Alcina.
In concert Daniel Noyola has sung bass solos in Rossini’s Stabat Mater, Haydn’s Die Schöpfung, Fauré’s Requiem and Mozart’s Requiem.
Daniel Noyola graduated from the Academy of Vocal Arts in Philadelphia in 2018 and received his Bachelor’s degree from the Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Mexico City in 2014. He became prizewinner at the New England Regional Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, the Mario Lanza Competition and the AIMS Meistersinger Competition, among others.