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Daniel Johnnson-Webb




Daniel Johnson-Webb


Daniel Johnson-Webb, bass-baritone, enjoys a diverse artistic life on the operatic stage, the choral concert hall and as an immerging music teacher. Praised for his “robust and resonant” voice, appeared in more than 300 performances as Colline in the Baz Luhrmann production of La Boheme on Broadway, and can be heard of the cast album (Dreamworks Records). Standout roles include Figaro in Le Nozze di Figaro, Bottom in Midsummer Night’s Dream, the title role in Don Pasquale and The Most Happy Fella, Sarastro in The Magic Flute, the Bonze in Madama Butterfly, Bhear in Mark Adamo’s Little Women with such companies as Opera Theatre of St. Louis, Central City Opera, Tulsa Opera, Nashville Opera, Virginia Opera, Opera North in Hanover, New Hampshire, Opera in the Ozarks, and Knoxville Opera.  Most recently Johnson-Webb has been featured in several productions with Marble City Opera of Knoxville including the regional premiere of Talk To Me Like The Rain and Let Me Listen by Larry Delinger.


 


On the concert stage, Daniel has performed as soloist with the Oklahoma City Philharmonic, St. Louis Symphony and the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra. He is an active church singer and currently serves at Church Street United Methodist Church. In recital he was heard on the Master Arts Series, can regularly be heard on the TV program Rejoice!, and on the recent recording of the Parish Adult Choir singing works by Maurice Duruflé.


 


Upon completion of his Master's degree at The University of Tennessee-Knoxville (2007), Johnson-Webb joined the management team at local restaurant Puléo’s Grille. But music has remained top priority and obtain his teacher licensure in 2018; currently serving as music interim at Bearden High School. Daniel frequently presents programs in the Knoxville area: in churches, local community centers and even on some backyard porches where he will slowly master accompanying himself on the accordion.