Daniel Grambow is an arts administrator, producer, director, singer, and teaching artist with over fifteen years of experience synthesizing opera, history, and innovation in his work across the country. Leadership highlights include serving as Managing Director for Chautauqua Opera Company in Western New York, Founder and Executive Director of the Floating Opera Company in Chicago, Illinois, and one of the leaders in Chicago Opera Theater’s education department. He directed and performed in numerous productions during his career, most memorably in the operas of Giacomo Puccini, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Gaetano Donizetti, and Engelbert Humperdinck leading him to work with Cedar Rapids Opera Theater, Opera in the Ozarks, Ravinia Music Festival, Tuscia Opera Festival, and Salzburg Music Festival. His work at the Chautauqua Institution has been crucial in the development of the Opera Company’s 90th anniversary season, Chautauqua’s newest streaming platform CHQ Assembly, and in 2021, the operation of Chautauqua’s new outdoor Performance Pavilion. Grambow holds a B.M. in Vocal Performance from the University of Miami, an M.M. in Voice Performance from the Cleveland Institute of Music, and an M.S. in Leadership for Creative Enterprises from Northwestern University. He is a proud supporter of entrepreneurship in the creative industries and was an active member of Northwestern’s “Garage” accelerator program.
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