30th Anniversary Concert
Lancaster Festival Orchestra (2017)
Vocal performances, including a brief but powerful audience-pleasing aria from Turandot by tenor Daniel Stein...
--Margaret Quamme (Columbus Dispatch)


Messa da Requiem (Verdi)
University of North Carolina Greensboro (2017)
Stein then voiced the spellbinding ‘Ingemisco tamquam reus’ captivatingly, unleashing a climactic top B♭ worthy of a persuasive Radamès...
Beginning the sublime adagio ‘Hostias et preces tibi’ with raptly hushed singing, Stein displayed wonderful breath control and made respectable attempts at the trills that many tenors are all too eager to overlook.
--Joseph Newsome (Voix des Arts)


Dialogues of the Carmelites (Poulenc)
Portland Symphony (2015)
As his son, Daniel Stein…in the big scene with Blanche…proving a highlight for both he and McMahon.
--pArts (Online Music Blog)

Winston-Salem Symphony (2014)
Daniel Stein sang the role of his son, the Chevalier. His voice was solid and clear throughout the opera.
--Timothy H. Lindeman (cvnc.org)

Daniel Stein, tenor, who debuted with the Symphony here in the 2011-12 season, as soloist in the J.S. Bach, St. John Passion…sang the role of Chevalier de la Force. Unfortunately their secondary roles did not let us hear enough of these magnificent voices.
--Margaret Sandresky (Winston-Salem Journal)


Der Fliegende Holländer (Wagner)
Opera Carolina (2014)
The Steersman of Daniel Stein displayed a warm, attractive tenor of his own and added to the success of the production
--Luther Wade (Opera News)

Messiah (Handel)
Winston-Salem Symphony (2013)
A powerful and dramatic tenor, Stein immediately caught the audience's attention with his lyric and commanding singing in the opening recitative "Comfort ye." His animated singing in numbers like "Thou shalt break them" was wonderful as well.
--Timothy H. Lindeman (cvnc.org)

North Carolina Master Chorale (2007)
Daniel Stein was the most successful of the four. His exceptionally fine tenor voice is especially suited to the Baroque style, and his coloratura passages in "Ev'ry Valley," his beautiful legato in the several short ariosos in Part II, and his effective dramatic singing in "Thou Shalt Break Them with a Rod of Iron" were the highlights of his performance.
--Martha A. Fawbush (cvnc.org)

St. John Passion (J.S. Bach)
Winston-Salem Symphony (2011)
Tenor Daniel Stein (most often Simon Peter) has a bright but warm voice which he used with intelligence and energy in all three of his arias.
--Peter Perret (cvnc.org)

L'Enfant Prodigue (Debussy)
UNC Greensboro (2010)
The ringing tenor of Daniel C. Stein as Azaël was outstanding. His warm timbre was especially fine for French and his diction stood out among a cast that was strong on this feature.
--William Thomas Walker (cvnc.org)

Picnic (Libby Larsesn) ***WORLD PREMIERE***
UNC Greensboro (2009)
Lyric tenor Daniel Stein sang with a lovely and mellow tone in the role of Madge's rich suitor Alan Seymour.
--William Thomas Walker (cvnc.org)