Daniel Noyola
New England John MoriartyEncouragement Award 2015

Currently a third year Resident Artist at Academy of Vocal Arts (AVA) in Philadelphia, Daniel Noyola is a native of San Luis Potosí, Mexico. The bass-baritone studied voice at the Conservatorio Nacional de Música in Mexico City. and was awarded a scholarship from the Opera Workshop of Sinaloa. Daniel’s roles at AVA have included Mustafà in L'italiana in Algeri, Don Alfonso in Così fan tutte, Monsieur De Brétigny in Manon, the Marchese d'Obigny in La traviata, and Narumov in Pique Dame. Last winter Daniel also brought his Mustafà to Tri-Cities Opera in Binghamton, New York. 


Also on Daniel’s resume: a 2015 trip abroad with Oberlin in Italy for the title role in Le nozze di Figaro, 2014 appearances as Melisso in Handel’s Alcina and Schaunard in La bohème with the International Vocal Arts Institute inTel Aviv, and the role of Thibaut d’Arc in the Philadelphia premiere of Tchaikovsky’s The Maid of Orleans with the Russian Opera Workshop. In Mexico Daniel has taken on several Mozart roles: Leporello in Don Giovanni at the Angela Peralta Theatre in Mazatlan, and Papageno in Die Zauberflöte and Colasin in Bastien und Bastienneat the Pablo de Villavicencio Theatre in Culiacan.


In 2015 Daniel was a winner of a Career Bridges Grant Awards (Bronxville, NY), and in 2014 he also received Second Prize at the Mario Lanza Institute Scholarship Competition and an Emerging Artist Award at the Opera Index Competition. Earlier achievements include the Youthful Potential Award of the XXXI Carlo Morelli contest at the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City, the Herman Marcus Memorial Award and the Audience Favorite prize at the Concurso Nacional de Canto de la Ópera de San Migue, and the Youthful Potential Award at the IV Concurso Internacional de Canto Sinaloa.


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