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Italian Baritone


Daniel Di Prinzio was born in Venice in 1998. 

he was introduced to music as a member of „Piccoli Cantori“, a Venetian Children's Choir with close links to the Teatro la Fenice in Venice.


he studied with Maestro Sherman Lowe in Venice and Treviso.

In October 2018 he entered „Hochschule für Musik und Theater München“ as member of Professor Lars Woldt's class. Amongst other teachers were  Donald Sulzen, Gerold Huber and Christian Gerhaher.

He achieved his Bachelor degree in January 2023 with full marks. He  currently attends the second semester of the Master's program at HMTM.


Di Prinzio’s first appearance on stage was in October 2020 as Nardo (La Finta Giardiniera) in an University production.

In April 2021 he was part of the Ensemble of W.A. Mozart's "The Magic Flute" as Papageno in a production of "Oper im Reaktor" in Munich.

In 2022 he also debuted in two additional Mozart roles: Don Giovanni at Wolf-Ferrari Haus in Ottobrunn (Bavaria) and Count of Almaviva in Wörgl (Austria).


In may 2023 he obtained on the role of Marco in "Gianni Schicchi - Aventures" by Giacomo Puccini and György Ligeti (Oper im Reaktor, Munich).


Di Prinzio also has already profound experience in contemporary and children's music. He created the role of „Buttermeister“ in „BBBEO Oper“ by Gustavo Strauss, together with the Jewish Chamber Orchestra, under the batton of Daniel Grossmann at „Volkstheater München“ and sang the role of the lion in Lucy Landymore‘s "Der Zauberer von Oz" at „Heidenheimer Festspiele“ in June 2023 and 2024.


He made his Italian debut in September 2023 singing „Don Chilone“ in Vinci's "L'ammalato immaginario" as part of Music Festival „Vicenza in Lirica“.


For "Kammeroper München" he sang the role of Figaro in a german version of mozarts "Le nozze di Figaro" in Cuvilliéstheater München and Switzerland.

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