Performer (tenor)

Former Canadian Opera Company Ensemble Studio member, David Pomeroy has caught the attention of conductors and directors in Canada, the U.S. and Europe. «Blessed with a rich tenor and thrilling high notes», he was hailed in his role debut as Don José in Carmen for Pacific Opera Victoria and was likewise applauded for Verdi’s Requiem with the Vancouver Symphony. He made his Canadian Opera Company debut as Ruiz in Il Trovatore and was engaged by Pittsburgh Opera for their outreach tour in Wargo’s A visit to the country.

An accomplished concert performer, he has been a soloist with the Toronto Symphony, CBC Radio/TV, Opera In Concert, Opera Ontario, Toronto Operetta Theatre, Toronto’s Aldeburgh Connection, the Banff Centre and the Toronto Mendelssohn Choir. Mr Pomeroy recorded the role of Sam Jarvis Jr. in Harry Somers’ Serinette with Soundstreams Canada and reprised the role of a Madrigalist in Venus and Adonis at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam with the Rotterdam Philharmonic.

Pomeroy’s 2004 – 2005 season begins with Pollione in Norma for Pacific Opera Victoria and continues with the starring role of Lennie in Of Mice and Men for Lyric Opera of Kansas City. He will be heard in Beethoven’s Christus am Ölberger for the Vancouver Bach Choir, as Stefano in Filumena at the National Arts Centre and in Beethoven’s Symphony no 9 for the Victoria Symphony.

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