Daniel Hendrick's outstanding lyrical voice and striking stage presence have impressed critics and inspired audiences throughout North America and abroad. Recent engagements have included, (May 2004) four concerts with the Istanbul Symphony in Istanbul & Apsendos Turkey, broadcast nationally on Turkish T.V.
Feb. 2004 San Bernardino Symphony, featuring several of Daniel's compositions. Don Jose in Carmen , Opera by the Bay, Rodolfo in La Boheme with the New York City Opera, an Opera gala with the Detroit Symphony, the role of Laertes in Hamlet with the San Francisco Opera, Gerald in Lakme` with the Arizona Opera and Tamino in the Magic Flute at Minnesota Opera. Mr. Hendrick also appears in a PBS broadcast of the Messiah with Metropolitan Opera Bass James Morris.
Highlights of recent seasons include several concerts with famed soprano Carol Neblitt and the San Diego Chamber Orchestra in April of 2001 and a series of concerts in Mexico with Mexican Soprano Florencia Tinoco/Barone ( one of which was recorded for national broadcast on Mexico's largest television network, Televisa).
Highlights from past seasons include; Don Jose/Carmen, Plaza de Toro Queretero Mexico, Lt Pinkerton/Madam Butterfly, Faust/Mefistofele, Edgardo/Lucia Di Lammermoor,
When Mr. Hendrick appeared as Macduff in Baltimore Opera's production of Macbeth (with Jerome Hines and James Morris) the press wrote " Mr Hendrick's rich, lyrical voice, was impressive." And the N.Y Times wrote of his performance of Faust in Mefistofele "Daniel Hendrick was impressive, singing with a sweet, secure tenor. He also cut an impressive figure on stage."
Recently Mr Hendrick completed the words and music to a new musical entitled "Destino" (along with Jack Shea playwright as script writer) about a young Mexican couple who have a dream of crossing over the border into the United States. The musical conveys powerfully, the principle of believing in ones dream and the process of "creating" it into a reality). At present "Destino" is being marketed internationally.