Daniel Ochoa


01. Jubilee tour with the Dresden Kreuzchor and the German Requiem by J. Brahms

In course of the celebrations in honour of the 800th anniversary of the Dresden Kreuzchor, Daniel Ochoa will tour Germany with the boys choir, his colleague Sybilla Rubens and Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra in early November. Following concerts at the Berlin Konzerthaus (Nov 5), Cologne Philharmonic Hall (Nov 6) and Alte Oper Frankfurt (Nov 8) Daniel Ochoa will also take part in the traditional performance of Brahms’ Requiem in Dresden Kreuzkirche.

02. Luther CD release


A year ahead of the Reformation anniversary in 2017, Deutsche Harmonia Mundi has published a recording of all Luther cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach. Over a period of several years, this unique CD project, in which Daniel Ochoa has also participated, has been realised by Early Music specialist Christoph Spering and is now available as a 4 CD box set.

  • 03. Mozart and Rossini in Vienna

    At the end of November, Daniel Ochoa can once again be seen and heard in his favourite roles in the Vienna Volksoper, where, from 21/11, he will be performing the role of Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro and the title role in The Barber of Seville.

    04. Lied

    Following the last season, which concluded with three challenging Lied concerts in Bonn, Ochoa will also immerse himself in the German Lied at the start of the new season. Early September will see him give three performances of Schuber’s “Winterreise” in a tantalising arrangement for baritone, mixed choir and accordion by Gregor Meyer, director of the Gewandhaus.

  • 05. From Leipzig to Tokyo

    With a choir concert in the Great Hall of Leipzig’s Gewandhaus the Gewandhaus Choir will commemorate the 100th anniversary of composer Max Reger’s death on 14 May. On this occasion, Daniel Ochoa will perform together with his former choir and sing the baritone part in Reger’s “Der Einsiedler”. This will be followed by another visit to Tokyo. This time alongside his colleagues from Vienna Volksoper, Ochoa will, for the first time, perform in an operetta, creating the role of Dr. Falke in “Die Fledermaus” by Johann Strauss.

    06. Lent concerts in Austria, Germany and Holland

    This Lent, Daniel Ochoa can again be heard in several concert productions: Together with the Wiener Singakademie under the baton of Heinz Ferlesch, Ochoa will interpret the part of Christ in Bach’s St Matthew Passion (Wiener Konzerthaus, 6 March). In the following week he will perform the bass solo in Carl Heinrich Graun’s “Der Tod Jesu” (Ludwigskirche Saarbrücken, 13 March). A few days later he will sing St Matthew Passion in a tour production with Andreas Spering and the South Netherland’s Philharmonic (Holland, 23 to 26 March).

  • 07. Two more Bach-CDs

    In honour of Georg Christoph Biller – who resigned from the position of St. Thomas Cantor in 2015 – a collection of chorale cantatas by Johann Sebastian Bach was released in December 2015. In cantata BMV 62 Daniel Ochoa performs together with the St. Thomas Boys Choir and the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra.

    Released at about the same time by Deutsche Harmonia Mundi was the first recording – cantata BWV 80 – of a complete recording of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Luther Cantatas under the baton of Christoph Spering, on which Daniel Ochoa can also be heard.

    08. Major roles at Vienna Volksoper

    Two major roles for his voice type are awaiting Daniel Ochoa at Vienna Volksoper: From November 20 he will be singing the title role in Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” in a breathtaking staging by Achim Freyer and from December 19 the baritone will take on the role of Marcello in Puccini’s “La Bohème”, staged by Harry Kupfer.

  • 09. Two CD releases

    In autumn, two CDs featuring Daniel Ochoa were released. One is a recording of Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Köthener Trauermusik” with Deutsche Hofmusik; the other features the oratorio “Augustinus” by Enjott Schneider, in which Daniel Ochoa sings the title role. The CD is available in stores.

    10. Stepping in on short notice in Lucerne

    On September 9 and 11 Daniel Ochoa stood in for a sick colleague as Sid in Britten’s opera “Albert Herring” with just a few hours’ notice.

  • 11. With Rossini’s Barber in Sicily

    Mid-August Daniel Ochoa will perform the Barber of Seville in the beautiful
    setting of the Greek amphitheatre of Taormina. Ochoa will make his Italian
    debut in this extensively covered production of the Taormina Opera festival,
    which will be broadcast on national television.

    12. Open air with Orff’s Carmina Burana at the Osnabruck Cathedral

    The Osnabrück Symphony Orchestra has invited Daniel Ochoa to sing the baritone
    solo in Orff’s Carmina Burana – one of his favourite and most often performed
    parts – on 30 May.

  • 13. Big Concert in Leipzig

    On 7 and 8 May Daniel Ochoa will return to Leipzig to perform Nielsen’s Third
    Symphony under the baton of Herbert Blomstedt in the subscription concerts
    of the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra.

    14. Konzertbüro Braun’s Artist of the Month

    In May 2015 Konzertbüro Braun chose Daniel Ochoa as their Artist of the Month.
    The long-standing cooperation with the agency is set to continue successfully
    for many years to come!


    Daniel Ochoa - CD - Die grossen Chorkantaten

    Daniel Ochoa - Audio CD - Kthener Trauermusik

    Daniel Ochoa - Audio CD - Ein Feste Burg Ist Unser Gott

    Daniel Ochoa - Augustinus

    Daniel Ochoa - Brahm-Requiem

    Daniel Ochoa - Franz Danzi Der Berggeistn

    Daniel Ochoa - Audio CD - Hiller

    Daniel Ochoa - Audio CD - Franz Liszt

    Daniel Ochoa - Audio CD - Michael Hirsch - Da Didone Abbandonata

    Daniel Ochoa - Bach Kantaten Thomanerchor

    Daniel Ochoa - Audio CD - Die Geburt Jesus Christi

    Daniel Ochoa - Audio CD - Hndel Haydn Mendelssohn

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