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, two seasons as a young artist with Opera NEO, the tenor in residence for the Bach Institute with Emmanuel Music in Boston, 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 debuted 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. He also was selected as an apprentice artist with Des Moines Metro Opera for their 2018 season He currently is pursuing his masters degree at  Stony Brook University, where he studies with world famous Soprano, Brenda Harris.

A native of Philadelphia, Daveed began singing at the age of seven with the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Men’s Chorale (PBCC). While with PBCC he toured Europe, Scandinavia and Canada, singing regularly with such groups as The Philadelphia Orchestra, Copenhagen Royal Chapel Choir and the Incheon City Chorale. Daveed began his formal operatic training at Settlement Music School where he was a student of Judith Turano and named a three time Sobel Scholarship recipient. He finished high school at the prestigious Interlochen Arts Academy in Northern Michigan where he was a Titus Scholar, and received the fine arts award from the voice department. In 2012 Daveed was named a national winner in classical voice with YoungArts and went on to be named a Presidential Scholar in the Arts finalist. Daveed earned his Bachelors of Music degree from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music where he studied with Salvatore Champagne. Proud of his Jewish heritage, Daveed acts as a visiting cantor at Temple Israel in Canton, Ohio.    

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Daveed Buzaglo joins Opera Philadelphia for the O19 festival!


Daveed is very excited to join Opera Philadelphia as a member of the “Comiques” in the company premiere of Prokofiev’s “The Love for Three Oranges.”

This zesty love story is a pithy fairytale about a sweet young prince, cursed by a sour witch and forced to voyage into distant lands in search of three oranges, each of which contains a princess. Will he run out of juice or can he concentrate on his mission to find sun-kissed true love with a new main squeeze?   

100 years after composer Sergei Prokofiev wrote this endlessly inventive opera, best known for its famous “March,” the time is ripe for The Love for Three Oranges to finally make its Opera Philadelphia debut in a “masterful new production” (Opera News). 



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Join Daveed Buzaglo and Armenian Pianist Nara Avetisyan for recitals in NYC and Philadelphia featuring the works of Schumann, Ravel, Ofer Ben-Amots and Joaquin Turina.

High Holidays

Join Daveed as he returns to Temple Israel in Canton OH as a cantor for High Holidays.