A native of the Philadelphia area, Daniel Kenworthy, baritone, is a lifelong musician and teacher. He holds his BM in Music Education from The College of New Jersey, where he studied trombone and piano. While teaching in New Jersey, Daniel began singing as a hobby, and then committed to a more formal course of study as a graduate student in Case Western Reserve University’s historical performance program. While earning his Master of Arts degree there, he studied voice with Ellen Hargis and Aaron Sheehan, and sang with the chorus of Apollo’s Fire. Mr. Kenworthy continued his musical pursuits as a teaching artist at the Chicago High School for the Arts. In Chicago, he sang with Music of the Baroque, the Grant Park Symphony, and numerous other ensembles. Currently, Daniel is assistant professor of music at Bard Early College in Cleveland, where he is the director of the vocal and instrumental music programs. He continues to perform extensively in Cleveland, with the Cleveland Chamber Choir, Quire Cleveland, and the Trinity Cathedral Chamber Singers. He resides in Cleveland Heights with his partner, Michael, and their dachshund, Van Gogh.