Daniel Taylor (countertenor)
Daniel Taylor (born November 1969) is a Canadian countertenor and early music specialist.
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... DanielTaylor completed his undergraduate studies in English, philosophy, and music at the Faculty of Music of McGill University (Montreal) and his ... College of Music in London with leaders of the baroque movement including the countertenorMichael Chance ... Taylors Glyndebourne debut in the 1997 Peter Sellars's production of Handel's Theodora was followed by his operatic debut in Handel's Rodelinda ...
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