Daveed Buzaglo: Vocal Teacher

Master of Music in Music
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Bachelor of Music
Oberlin Conservatory of Music

Noted for his "subtly inflected tenor phrasing" (Berkshire Eagle) Daveed Buzaglo is a highly versatile up and coming performer. Equally comfortable in the recital hall and on the operatic stage Daveed has held residencies with some of the most prestigious festivals and training programs in the country. These programs include Songfest where he was named a prestigious Schubert Fellow, three seasons as a young artist with Opera NEO, the tenor in residence for the Bach Institute with Emmanuel Music in Boston, an apprentice artist with Des Moines Metro Opera and a vocal fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center where he worked side by side with artists such as Dawn Upshaw, Stephanie Blythe, Renée Fleming and Sanford Sylvan. Daveed has also performed the past two summers with Finger Lakes Opera where he made his debut in Tosca, appearing as Spoletta in a production that featured Jennifer Rowley as the title role, and Dr. Blind in a production of Die Fledermaus that featured internationally acclaimed soprano Elena O’connor.

A young and avid teacher, Mr. Buzaglo recently finished his two year tenure as co-director of the undergraduate voice department at Stony Brook University. He has also taught privately at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music to secondary voice students, as a guest teacher with Tower Talent Long Island, and has given master classes and career talks with aspiring artists all over the country.