Santa Clara University

Courses taught:
Accompanist

Dan Cromeenes

DAN CROMEENES (countertenor) hails from southern California where he studied piano and voice at Biola University. He went on to achieve a master's degree in accompanying at East Carolina University, where he sang with Capella Antiqua and made his alto solo debut in Purcell's Te Deum Laudamus and Jubilate Deo. After working three years at Biola as Staff Accompanist, he joined Chanticleer for their 2005-06 season, singing concerts across Europe, Japan, and the United States. Recently, Mr. Cromeenes has performed throughout the Bay area both as accompanist and singer. He has played for the Santa Clara Chorale, the music and theater departments at Santa Clara University, West Bay Opera, Lamplighters Music Theatre, and as a freelance accompanist and coach. As a singer he has performed with various ensembles—including American Bach Soloists, Clerestory, Artists' Vocal Ensemble (AVE), San Francisco Renaissance Voices, and Grace Cathedral Choir of Men and Boys—and as a soloist with San Francisco Lyric Chorus, Bay Area Classical Harmonies (BACH), Santa Clara Chorale, and SCU’s Faculty Recital Series.