Few Australian artists can claim, at just 34 years of age, to have had the musical success of Daniel Belle. Boasting a professional career that has taken him throughout Australia, Europe and North America, Daniel has amazed audiences throughout the western world in their thousands, and is now widely considered one of the finest voices in the Australian Music Theatre industry.

Born and raised in Sydney, Daniel now holds a Bachelor of Music (Performance), having studied at The Sydney Conservatorium of Music, and the Australian Institute of Music. After completing his training, Daniel was asked to join the internationally acclaimed vocal group, The Ten Tenors. Performing with the Ten Tenors Double Platinum tour, Daniel has sung throughout Australia, Europe and The United States to critical acclaim. Daniel is also featured on The Ten Tenors Christmas album

‘Our Christmas Wish’ as well as the follow up ‘On Broadway’ and most recently, the ‘Wish You Were Here’ Album. Daniel has an enviable list of musical theatre credits to his name. In 2009, he joined the cast of ‘Jerry Springer the Opera’ at the Sydney Opera House, before his departure for the European tour of the Ten Tenors. Upon his return, Daniel was cast as the understudy Jean Valjean in the Australian National production of ‘Les Miserables’, performing the role hundreds of times throughout the country. He continued to the Asian tour, performing the role in Manila, Singapore and Dubai before his return to Australia. Daniel played the role of Terry in the Australian premiere production of ‘Sideshow’ at the Hayes theatre, and joined the cast of ‘My Fair Lady’, at the Capitol theatre in Sydney, covering the role of Freddy at the end of 2017.