Click below to listen to audio excerpts and read reviews from Dan Marek’s career.


An Excerpt from Handel’s Semele  An Excerpt from Handel’s Semele recorded at Syracuse University, September 2004 – Pianist, Robert Kopelson

Handel’s Comfort Ye My People Handel’s “Comfort Ye My People” recorded in the Mormon Tabernacle in 1984 – Conductor, Uri Meyer

“Dan Marek is deserving of his many repeat performances as tenor soloist with the Oratorio Society . His is a marvelously secure,serene, and tasteful way with the tenor solos, launching the work (Messiah) with a finely nuanced “Comfort Ye” and exultant “Every Valley” . “Thy Rebuke was touching in its quiet simplicity, and the entire long passage that followed so feelingly sung as to inspire reflection . His is a soloist who goes beyond technique into the meaning of the work ‘
– Dorothy Stowe, Desert News, Salt Lake City

Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön“Dies Bildnis ist bezaubernd schön” from Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte recorded in 1977 – Pianist, Donal Nold

Il Mio Tesoro“Il Mio Tesoro” from Mozart’s Don Giovanni recorded in 1977 – Pianist, Donal Nold

“The Don Ottavio of Dan Marek showed him to be, in the difficult aria “Il Mio Tesoro” as well as in the duets and ensembles, one of the rare Mozart- tenors; likewise the correct figure in type and acting.”
– Max Kaindl-Hoenig, Salzburger Nachtrichten

On Wenlock’s EdgeRalph Vaughn William’s “On Wenlock’s Edge” with The Syracuse University String Quartet – Pianist, Robert Kopelson