Daniel Čapkovič belongs to the younger generation of opera singers. He studied 
singing at the Conservatory in Bratislava in the class of prof. Róbert Szücs and he 
graduated at the Faculty of Education at Comenius University as well. He 
successfully participated in several vocal competitions in Slovakia and abroad (1999 
laureate of several vocal competitions, 2002 and 2006 laureate of the International 
Vocal Competition of Mikuláš Schneider-Trnavský, 2007 laureate of the Czech-
Slovak International Voice Competition in Montreal). Being given the scholarship, he 
continued his study of singing under KS Gottfried Hornik at the University of Music 
and Performing Arts in Graz. At present he works as a soloist at Slovak National 
Theatre Opera in Bratislava, where he creates the character of Papageno in Mozart's 
The Magic Flute, Belcore in Donizetti´s Love Drink, Tonio and Silvio in Leoncavalle´s 
The Clowns, Marcello in Puccini' s Boheme, Valentin in Gounod' s Faust, Germont in 
Verdi' s La traviata, Falke in Strauss' s The Bat, and Lescault in Puccini' s Manon 
Lescault. He performed in many European countries, in the USA and Canada. He 
regularly performs at Janáček Theatre in Brno and Prague National Theater. ln 2013, 
he was on tour in Japan performing Papageno. ln 2015 he will debut in Puccini´s 
Boheme in the Leipzig Opera in Germany.