Daniel Taylor is one of the most sought-after countertenors worldwide. He performs with numerous international ensembles and symphony orchestras. As a recitalist, he has performed in the Konzerthaus Vienna, at the Frick Collection New York, in the Forbidden Concert Hall Beijing, Lufthansa Baroque Festival and Wigmore Hall London. He appeared in Jeremy Podeswa’s prize-winning film Five Senses. As an opera singer he has performed at Glyndebourne (Handel’s Theodora), the Metropolitan Opera New York (Handel’s Giulio Cesare), the Bavarian State Opera (Handel’s Rinaldo), Edinburgh (Gluck’s Orfeo), Welsh National Opera (Handel’s Jephtha) and the Canadian Opera (Handel’s Tolomeo). Daniel Taylor studied literature, music and philosophy before studying completing his exams in music and religious studies at the University of Montreal. Daniel Taylor is a professor at the Conservatoire de musi que in Montreal.