Daniel Kamalic is an advocate of new and rarely-performed works, and has performed in such roles as Dupoirier in Granite State Opera's workshop premiere of Thomas Oboe Lee's Oscar Wilde, and Orpheus in the first-ever American performance of Matthew Locke's The Empress of Morocco as part of "Filthy/Rich," The Vox Consort's critically-acclaimed concert in partnership with the Spare Change Homeless Empowerment Project. This season, he will join the New England Light Opera to perform the roles of Cox and Lycidas in two rarely-produced Gilbert and Sullivan operettas, Cox and Box and Happy Arcadia. Other engagements include, with Opera Boston: Joseph in La Vie Parisienne, the Chief of Police in L'Etoile, Ben in The Telephone (ongoing); with Granite State Opera: Speaker/First Priest/Armored Man in The Magic Flute, Marullo in Rigoletto; and with Connecticut Lyric Opera: Masetto in Don Giovanni, Mercutio in Romeo et Juliette.