Cuban-American tenor, Fran Daniel Laucerica, is a recent graduate of Northwestern University’s voice & opera program. During his time at Northwestern University, he was a member of the Bienen Contemporary/Early Vocal Ensemble, with whom he performed several world and midwestern premieres under the direction of Donald Nally.
Laucerica’s most recent operatic credits include the Chevalier de la Force cover in Dialogues des Carmélites, the Peter Quint cover in Turn of the Screw, the Don Ottavio cover in Don Giovanni, Comte Barigoule in Cendrillon, The Prince in Rusalka, Reverend Samuel Parris in The Crucible, Charlie in Das Mahagonny Songspiel, the Sage in Hin und Zurück, Tamino in Die Zauberflöte, Albert in Albert Herring, and Don Curzio in Le nozze di Figaro.
In concert, Laucerica has most recently performed as the Tenor Soloist in Mozart’s Coronation Anthem, Puccini’s Missa di Gloria, Adolphus Hailstork’s cantata, I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, Handel’s Chandos Anthem No. 4, Vivaldi’s Dixit Dominus, and Handel’s Messiah.
Laucerica also performs regularly with the Boston Baroque, Chicago Symphony Chorus, the Music of the Baroque Chorus, the Madison Choral Project and the grammy-nominated new music ensemble, The Crossing.
Laucerica is currently pursuing his graduate degree at the Boston Conservatory in Opera Performance studying under Dr. Rebecca Folsom.