Dan Inglis is a freelance tenor, organist, pianist, private voice and piano teacher, choral director, YouTuber, arranger, and music curriculum consultant based in Greeley, Colorado. Alumni of the Dan Inglis Voice and Piano Studio are active as singers, pianists, music teachers, and composers, and include a 2021 American Idol “Golden Ticket” winner. A musical life this diverse requires the groundbreaking paradigm shift in thinking about vocal technique made possible by Estill Voice Training.
Prior to moving to Colorado, Dan directed the Hampshire College Chorus and served as Director of Music at First Church of Christ in Longmeadow, Massachusetts; St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish in Northampton, MA; and barbershop chorus the Pioneer Valley Chordsmen in Chicopee, MA.
As a tenor soloist, Dan performed the role of tenor soloist in Messiah with the Cornucopia Consort in 2012 and has also appeared with the Illuminati Vocal Arts Ensemble, Mak'hela: The Jewish Chorus of Western Massachusetts, the Amherst College Concert Choir, the Hampshire College Chorus, a cappella group the Connotations, worship ensemble Part Fire Part Faith, leftist folk trio Red Valley Fog, solo to promote his folk album "Disappearing Railroad Blues," and with his students in recital.
Dan has also served as musical director for the Lander-Grinspoon Academy Chorus and Band, The Pirates of Penzance, Passion, and his original scores for the plays Dreaming Inside the Lover’s Eye and Bind Their Wombs. His choirs won Top Performer awards in 2013 and 2015 on WGBY-TV's popular series "Together In Song," on which he also contributed several jingles and served as guest conductor for the Hampshire College Chorus and arranger for The Connotations. His current projects are a set of Waltzes and Rags for solo piano and a video series to accompany his book Dan’s Solfège Trainer.