Daniele Gaspari studied at the Conservatorio Dall'Abaco in Verona and won the"As. Li. Co" Competition for young singers organized by the European Community in 1991/92.
He made his debut in Verona performing in Il Filosofo di campagna by Galuppi, singing in a role he interpreted again on several occasions (the last time was in Venice, at the Galuppi Festival in 1999). Subsequently he performed Almaviva in Il Barbiere di Siviglia in Bologna and at the Teatro Sociale in Mantova. Then he sang in Il Turco in Italia by Rossini in Brescia, Como, Cremona and in Bergamo, conducted by Ranzani.
In 1993 he performed for the first time in the role of Paolino in Il Matrimonio segreto by Cimarosa, which he sang also in Antwerp during the Cimarosa Festival in 1999.
He performed in Il Mondo della luna by Paisiello with Enzo Dara in Bolzano and in 1997 he made his debut in Milan singing in the role of Nemorino in L'Elisir d'amore by Donizetti.
He also performed in religious music productions, one of the most important of these being Lazarus by Schubert, which he sang in the Sala Verdi in the Milan Conservatory. He also took part in several national and international festivals singing in concerts in Spain, Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
In the opera season 2000 the tenor took part in the Valle d'Itria Festival singing in Roland by Piccinni and in Otello by Rossini. He made his debut in Don Giovanni by Mozart singing in the role of Don Ottavio working with the Orchestra dell'Opera Giocosa from Friuli Venezia Giulia in the north of Italy.
Daniele Gasperi has sung many times at the Teatro La Fenice in Venice, (recently in the opera La Vida breve by Falla), he also sang in Palma de Mallorca in The Messiah by Händel, in Vienna in Il Cappello di paglia di Firenze by Rota and in two of Perosi's operas: La Resurrezione di Lazzaro e Dies iste, at the Teatro Filarmonico in Verona.
He has recorded several operas such as Il Mondo della luna by Paisiello and Roland by Piccinni.