Born and raised in California, Mieczyslaw FitzDaniel has been singing as long as he's been speaking. After brief forays into pop and choir, he found his calling in the classical repertoire. At Occidental College he trained with Alma Marie Ponce and Jeffery Bernstein before moving to Boston in 2010.
Though his career in Boston began as a singing waiter, he has fully entered the East Coast music scene. In May of 2017 he received his Master of Music from Boston University, where he was featured as the Baritone in the BU Opera Institute’s production of Philip Glass’ Hydrogen Jukebox and sang various ensemble and comprimario roles in the ’15-’16 and ’16-’17 seasons. Mr. FitzDaniel is also an enthusiastic advocate and interpreter of contemporary American art song, having sung for both the New Music on the Point Festival in Vermont in 2016 and the Fall Island Vocal Arts Seminar with Stephanie Blythe this past year. In addition to singing for the Boston Art Song Society, he is also on the roster of artists for the Boston Opera Collaborative. Mieczyslaw currently resides in Boston, where he studies under James Demler.