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Daniel Sumegi has sung over one hundred and ten operatic roles on many of the world’s major stages, including the Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Opera, Los Angeles Opera, Washington National Opera, and Seattle Opera, as well as at Opera Australia in his home country. He has also appeared in the opera houses of Bonn, Cologne, Frankfurt and Hamburg, as well as Paris, Barcelona, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Los Angeles and Houston, among many others.

In December 2023, he will make his highly anticipated debut as Wotan/The Wanderer in Opera Australia’s new production of Der Ring des Nibelungen before returning to the Metropolitan Opera to cover Padre Guardiano in its new production of La forza del destino. [read more...]


"... vocal mastery..." – J-Wire

Bluebeard’s Castle– "the Premiere at the Opera House last night was met with a rapturous response by a thrilled audience. Why? Very simply the chance to hear Australia’s own great bass-baritone, Daniel Sumegi in a role that truly displays his vocal mastery. It is worth the admission price on its own. There is such pleasure in listening to a voice such as his, that’s somewhat under-represented in the main works in this field. I look forward to hearing this magnificent voice again soon."


"... he delivered the famous Toreador Song with gusto..." – BachTrack

Carmen – "Escamillo was taken on by bass-baritone Daniel Sumegi, who appeared in garb suggesting a cross between Tom Jones and an ageing Elvis. Playing the character as a rockstar with fawning groupies, he delivered the famous Toreador Song with gusto.”


"... authoritative bass Daniel Sumegi..." – Australian Arts Review

Lohengrin – " Supporting roles are filled equally as outstandingly, with large, authoritative bass Daniel Sumegi in a balancing act of diplomacy and command as King Heinrich.”


"... thrilling vocal turns as Jochanaan..." – Sidney Morning Herald

Salome – “With its cavernous auditorium, The Palais is the closest thing Victoria has to a grand European opera house. The acoustic is no challenge for Australian bass-baritone Daniel Sumegi. . . who give thrilling vocal turns as Jochanaan.”


"... excellently played by Daniel Sumegi..." – Arts Hub

Sweeney Todd – “Arrogant, evil Judge Turpin, who is hiding dark secrets, was excellently played by Daniel Sumegi. Turpin and Todd’s duet ‘Pretty Women’ is another highlight of the show.”


"... mighty voice and his deft acting..." – Seattle Times

Der fliegenda Holländer – “As Senta’s father, the sea captain Daland, Daniel Sumegi creates a memorable portrayal with his mighty voice and his deft acting.”


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