Daniele began his music studies since he was a child: he started playing piano and violin before dedicating himself to singing. Since the age of 8 years old he has been selected to play in numerous musicals (“Cats” and “Oliver!” among the others).
He started studying opera singing as a tenor in 2008 with M° Giuseppina Dalle Molle; subsequently he continued with M° Daniela Dessì, M° Ines Salazar and M° Walter Cataldi-Tassoni. Actually, he is attending specialization courses with M° Michela Sburlati.
In 2007, with other colleagues, he founded “Le Querce del Tasso”, a cultural association which aims to organize events in order to diffuse knowledge of classical music, especially among young people.
His professional career started at the age of 25 years old when he made his debut playing the character of the Count of Almaviva in G. Rossini’s opera “Il Barbiere di Siviglia” in Rome, under the baton of M° Sergio Oliva.
Subsequently he debuted in operas ranging from Rossini to Puccini including, among others, Mozart, Paisiello, Donizetti and Verdi.
He has been finalist in the “Jole De Maria” competition (in 2015) and in 2017 he has been selected in the audition connected to the “Città di Lanciano” competition to play the role of the Count of Almaviva in the 46th musical season of the “Estate Musicale Frentana” festival (artistic director – Donato Renzetti).
In 2018 Daniele has been finalist in the “Enzo Sordello” competition.
In 2020 he wins the “Spazio Musica” competition (“roles” section) and plays the character of the Count of Almaviva in the 2020 season of the
“L. Mancinelli” theatre in Orvieto.
In Septeber 2017, Daniele was selected to sing the role of Gelino in the world’s first russian staging of Paisiello’s “La finta amante” at the Saint Petersburg Philarmonic Orchestra. Subsequently, he has been called in 2019 by the “Giovanni Paisiello Festival” to perform the role once again in the composer’s hometown.
His experience includes stage directing too: with the stage name “Daniele Medici” he has directed “Elixir of love”, “Gianni Schicchi” and “Don Pasquale”