Daniel Gloger

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Countertenor Daniel Gloger

Daniel Gloger (born April 30, 1976 in Stuttgart ) is a German countertenor . His repertoire includes both old and new music as well as demanding light music. A certain focus is on new music and in the field of music theater.



Daniel Gloger was born in Stuttgart in 1976. He received his first musical training from his mother Dorothee Gloger. In 1984 he was recorded by the Stuttgart Hymn Choirboys . From 1992 he studied with Herbert Klein and France Simard in Stuttgart. Since 1994 he has been a permanent member of the Neue Vocalsolisten , a vocal ensemble mainly dedicated to new music. In 1997 he was a co-founder of the "Orpheus Britannicus". Since 2000 he has also been making light music (operettas, hits, evergreens) with the "Tenorissimo" ensemble at concerts and gala events. In the same year he completed his music studies at the Trossingen University of Music with Richard Wistreich. In 2001 the postgraduate course in concert singing with Donald Litaker in Karlsruhe followed. In 2005 Gloger graduated from the University of Music in Karlsruhe with a degree in concert singing with Donald Litaker. Daniel Gloger has held a permanent position as a lecturer at the Bern University of the Arts (HKB) since autumn 2019.




Musical theater

Projects / experiments

  • Renaissance music and electronics together with Urs Liska (synthesizer)
  • various performances with the independent theater group T-ART
  • Member of stock11.de


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