The American tenor, Daniel McInerney, studied at Cambridge Central School, New York (Class of 1988). He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education and Clarinet Performance from Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York (Class of 1992).
Upon moving to Rochester in 1994, Daniel McInerney began an active career as a singer and soloist with the choral ensembles Madrigalia and Voices, as well as the larger Rochester Oratorio Society. Solo appearances also include concerts with the Irondequoit (NY) Chorale, the Fingerlakes Choral Festival. He also serves as substitute cantor and section leader for several Rochester-area church choirs. Since 1996, he has served as Business and Concert Administrator for the choral chamber ensemble Madrigalia, working in the fields of fundraising, marketing, development, and patron management. He also works part-time for UPS. He serves on the boards of directors for the Finger Lakes Choral Festival, the Greater Rochester Choral Consortium and the Rochester Oratorio Society. He enjoys cooking and gardening and lives with his wife and four children in suburban Rochester.