Daniel P. Ryan

Music Director, Junior Musical Theatre Production, Interlochen Arts Camp

Director of Choral Activities, Clark University; Conductor, Boston City Singers; Associate Conductor, Voices Boston

M.M., Choral Conducting, The Boston Conservatory, B.A., Music Education and Vocal Performance, Catawba College

Maestro Daniel P. Ryan is a prized multi-hyphenate musician acclaimed for his creative interpretation, nuanced conducting, and adventurous spirit. Ryan’s season highlights include being a 2018 finalist for the American Prize in conducting, premiering seven short operas with Opera Bites (Boston Opera Collaborative), Die Fledermaus (MassOpera), and the 21st century premiere of the lost masterwork Pilgrims of Destiny (Clark University Choirs) #BringingBackBranscombe. Just before the season started, he was in Czech Republic conducting the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra in selections from Bizet’s Carmen under the tutelage of world-renowned Russian conductor Alexander Polianichko. Other recent engagements include the workshop of White Snake Productions' PERMADEATH, Brahms’ Requiem (Sine Nomine Choral Ensemble), MetroWest Opera, In Good Company Theatre, Berkshire Choral International, MITG&SP, and The Boston Conservatory. Additionally, Ryan currently serves as Director of Choral Activities and Opera Scenes at Clark University, Associate Conductor for VOICES Boston, Conductor for the Boston City Singers, and Faculty at Interlochen Arts Camp