Tour Highlights: USA & International
The New York Tenors - 2011 to current
The New York Tenors founded in 2011 by Andy Cooney continue to fill venues around the country, including sold out performances at Carnegie Hall with their annual Christmas shows.
"All three gentleman held the audience in rapt attention while performing individually but when they blended their voices, it was truly magnificent." Eric Holland, NY1TV
New Zealand 2004-2018
The people here are full of traditions and have a real connection with the land. They have simple values and are always ready to show a stranger their hospitality.
March 17, 2015
US Embassy, Wellington, with Ambassador Mark Gilbert.
2018 "Night of Stars" Palmerston North, NZ
GreyMouth: Feb. 2011 concert for families of the Pike River miners lost in recent tragedy.
"All around the Netherlands, Rodriguez' impressive voice warmed the ancient Dutch cathedrals, creating instant atmosphere. "An extra dimension to your average Christmas, this isn't just music, this is ministry." ~Erick van Laar,
2005 Holiday Spectacular - 2004 Yuletide Celebration
December 3 thru December 23, 2004, Daniel Rodriguez was host and performer at the Hilbert Theatre with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. The event was the Christmas "Yuletide Celebration" concert series, Jack Everly principal pops conductor. In 2005 Daniel returned as host for the inaugural production of "Holiday Spectacular" at the Meyerhoff with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jack Everly.
"Although I was thrilled to be asked to host, I really wasn't sure what was expected of me. I was told I just needed to sing, dance and be funny. Well singing is easy, I've done that all my life, and we found out in rehearsal that when I dance it's very funny."
Aichi Japan 2005
Daniel travels to Aichi Japan for the 2005 Expo 2005 World's Fair with performance at the U.S. Pavilion.
EXPO 2005 - an audience of 22 million attendees. This celebration of youth gave visitors a chance to see the University of Southern California marching band, hear tenor Daniel Rodriguez sing the “Star Spangled Banner,” and “Kimigayo” on U.S. National Day.
Daniel visits patients at Elias University hospital and Matei Balsa hospital for children. Several fund raising concerts were presented.
International Police Association week: parade, meeting Prince of Monaco, and performance by Daniel at a requiem mass for Princess Grace of Monaco. Daniel with mascot of Chicago Pipes and Drums who also performed at the events.
TV interview on the Des and Mel show with performance of "Be My Love"