Daniel Suk, Artistic Director & Conductor
Daniel Suk has enjoyed an international career as an Operatic tenor and as a conductor worldwide for over 20 years. Since his debut on 1995 at Opera House, Mantova, Italy Mr. Suk has performed in many prestigious opera houses in Europe, Asia, and America. Among them are Opera Verona Italy, Opera Bologna Italy, Los Angeles Opera, La Fenice, Venice Italy, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Royce Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Center, and Opera Nice France.
Daniel has served as a Music Director and Conductor of Chamber Orchestra of National Conservatory of Mantova, Italy from 1996~1999. Daniel has served as Artistic Director and Conductor for “L’Opera Laboratory of Verona,” Italy from 1998 ~ 2000 where he produced and conducted more than 40 concerts and ten operas. From 2006 ~ 2011 Daniel Suk served as guest conductor and assistance conductor for UCLA Symphony and UCLA Chorale. From 2011 to today, Daniel is serving as Artistic Director and conductor of all professional orchestra, “Dream Orchestra.” Daniel is also dedicating his musical talent for the youth music program, “Young Artists Orchestra of Los Angeles.” Daniel also works hard for the communities by being artistic director for Korean American Federation Chorale.
Among his notable productions as artistic director and conductor are world premiere of Opera “L’Lisola Al Cina” by G. Gazzaniga, Verona Summer Opera Festivals, Dream Concerts throughout Los Angeles and Orange County, The Korea Fantasy at Walt Disney Concert Hall with more than 500 performers, Mozart Requiem in memory of Martin Luther King Jr., Debut of Handel’s Messiah at St. Monica Catholic Church and annual "Young Stars of Tomorrow" featuring next generation of musicians. Daniel designed and produced full concert season at St. Monica Catholic Church and notable productions include Opera Gala, Mozart Requiem, Messiah, Rossini's Stabat Mater, Tchaikovsky's Symphony 5 and music from opera "Eugene Onegin. Daniel and Dream Orchestra will make their debut at the "Broad Stage" this July, and Daniel will conduct Dvorak's "From The New World" Symphony and Tchaikovsky's "Romeo and Juliet" Fantasy.