|Wiener Staatsoper - Daphne - LEUKIPPOS
|Daniel Jenz plays a Leukippos, who courageously competes against his all-powerful, heroic rival Leukippos, confirming his status as one of the most versatile and experienced young lyrical tenors. He is also artistically strong and convinces with youthful insouciance and great moments with plenty of tenderness and sensitivity.
|With Waggishness and cultivated glaze Daniel Jenz plays Leukippos in love.
|Staatstheater Mainz – The Rake’s Progress – TOM RAKEWELL
|Tom (alias the fantastic Tenor Daniel Jenz)…
|Daniel Jenz is profound and moving, present in every second.
|The two key figures of Tom Rakewell and Nick Shadow, Daniel Jenz and Peter Felix Bauer were brilliant: strong, slender and beautifully timbred voices.
|Wiener Staatsoper – Der Fliegende Holländer - STEUERMANN
|On the other hand Daniel Jenz as the steersman has more grip and a perfect connection to his profession. A successful role debut of the relatively new member of the ensemble.
|Léhar Festival Bad Ischl – Pariser Leben – RAOUL DE GARDEFEU
|The well-focused tenor Daniel Jenz and the clear baritone Ivan Orescanin splendidly portrayed the manipulating rakes Gardefeu and Bobinet, with an eloquent mixture of narcissism and self-awareness, lacking neither charm nor frivolous esprit.
|Gottfried Franz Kasparek , Der neue Merker 08+09/ 2019
|LEHAR Festival Bad Ischl – Clo-Clo – MAXIME DE LA VALLE
|Daniel Jenz, as Maxime a handsome, slender, lively lyrical tenor.
|Sieglinde Pfabigan, Der Neue Merker 08+09/ 2019
|Daniel Jenz inspires as Maxime de la Vallé, Clo-Clo’s only true lover, whose ardor is returned. In spite of all the excellent music pieces, Clo-Clo isn’t a huge singer opera. It needs some brilliant singer-actors, that get to the heart of the wit.
|With tenoral blaze and comical, light singing Daniel Jenz gives an ideal portrayal of the admirer Maxime de la Vallé.
|The German tenor Daniel Jenz gave a sympathetic Maxim de la Vallé, who finally succeeded in courting Clo-Clo.
|Theater Lübeck – Ariodante – LURCANIO
|Before leaving Lübeck, Daniel Jenz surprised once again as Lurcanio with a great performance. His voice was brilliant and solid and he splendidly mastered the baroque expressive essence. We shall miss him.
|Staatstheater Kassel - Der Wildschütz – BARON KRONTHAL
|Daniel Jenz sings Baron Kronthal with a smooth, beautifully timbred, clear tenor voice and presents some marvellous peaks.
|As Baron Kronthal lives out his Weltschmerz. With plenty of tenoral melodiousness and high agility, Daniel Jenz set gelaming highlights.
|Theater Lübeck – Der Wildschütz – BARON KRONTHAL
|Daniel Jenz as the countess‘ brother lets his clear tenor voice shine. He convincingly plays the youthful lover- a real gain for the Lübeck ensemble.
|Staatstheater Kassel – Falstaff - FENTON
|Karola Sophia Schmid as Nannetta and Daniel Jenz as Fenton are a great couple: fresh, brilliant and with plenty of emotions they provide the lyrical moments of the „Commedia lirica“.
|Daniel Jenz clear, bright tenor voice perfectly harmonises with his partner’s voice.
|Staatstheater Kassel – Westside Story - TONY
|With great intensity but without overdrawing and with a truly moving singing, Daniel Jenz portrays den Tony –not only in the mega hit
|Theater Lübeck – Armide – RENAUD
|His voice has some magnificent naturalvocal heights
|Kassel – The Rake’s Progress –TOM RAKEWELL
|Convincing as singer-actor act Daniel Jenz, a vocally strong Tom with high presence.