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Through the St. Andrews Summer School for the Performing Arts, students are given the opportunity to take masterclasses and to perform in recitals and at other public venues. [Read More]

From Wendy Nielsen and Measha Brueggergosman to Ludmila Knezkova-Hussey and Chih-Long Hu, many famous faces have taken part in our courses and events, either as instructors, students or performers. When you participate in St. Andrews Arts Council events and workshops -- you are in good company. [Read More]


Dr. Daniel Carberg

NewBEMF, Co-Artistic Director

Dr. Daniel Carberg, tenor, has performed with Sting, Piffaro, The Catacoustic Consort, Baroque Artists of Champaign (BACH), and has been featured on National Public Radio's Performance Today. Dan is also a founding and current member of the internationally acclaimed Concord Ensemble as well as the Millikin University faculty ensemble for early music, Gravitacin.

Other credits include performances with Theatre of Voices, The Pro Arte Singers, and at The Madison Early Music Festival, The Bloomington Early Music Festival, The San Francisco Early Music Festival, Songfest, The Amsterdam Concertgebouw, Disney Hall, Weil Recital Hall, and recording credits include such labels as Dorian Records, Gothic Records, Harmonia Mundi, and First Step Records.

At Millikin University Dan teaches applied voice, vocal pedagogy, vocal performance seminar, and Medieval/Renaissance music history. Dan directs a prestigious small vocal ensemble, Tudor Voices, and is also a music director, conductor, and continuo player for the Millikin Opera Theatre.

Past and current projects include Purcell's Dido and Aeneas, Mozart's Bastien and Bastienne, Monteverdi's L'Incoronazione di Poppea, and Blow's Venus and Adonis. Dan also served as voice faculty at Bella Musica, Millikin's summer immersion program in Urbania, Italy for two years and most recently has launched the New Brunswick Early Music Festival in St. Andrews, NB, Canada, serving as Co-Artistic Director.

Dan holds a doctorate in music from Indiana University, Bloomington



New Brunswick Early Music Festival
Baroque Opera History
Vocal Pedagogy

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