Daniel Mahoney is an engaging, emerging conductor and tenor in the Boston area. He recently completed his Master of Music in choral conducting from The Boston Conservatory, where he served as conductor of the sixteen-voice Conductors’ Choir and assistant conductor to the Chorale and Women’s Chorus. He was also assistant conductor and chorus master for multiple productions with the Conservatory’s opera program.
In addition to his work at the Conservatory, Daniel was assistant conductor of the Newburyport Choral Society on Boston’s North Shore from 2014 to 2016. Earlier this year, he conducted the debut performances of The Janvs Project, a project-based ensemble dedicated to commissioning new music that is directly inspired by previously existing repertoire. Daniel was awarded The Boston Conservatory’s Entrepreneurial Grant to fund The Janvs Project’s initial concerts in a series commissioning companion pieces to Benjamin Britten’s works for solo voice and chamber orchestra.
Daniel is currently the choir director at the Congregational Church of Weston. Initially coming to BCI as a Berkshire Scholar, he was an apprentice in 2014 and 2015 and joins the in Sheffield as a staff conductor this year.