Head of Partnerships and Head of Faculty - Singers and Choirs
David started singing when he was very young. His first lesson was when he was six, with Zuilmah Hopkins, who remained his teacher for twelve years until he was awarded a scholarship to continue his studies at The Royal Academy of Music with John Kitchiner.
After leaving The Academy David joined the Swingle Singers, an acapella octet, with whom he was lucky enough to travel all over the world, working with many musical greats, including Monserrat Caballe, Pierre Boullez, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
David then joined the English National Opera Chorus where he performed in over one thousand operas and understudied the roles of Monostatos (Magic Flute), The Song Vendor (Il Tabarro), Boyar in Attendance (Boris Godinov) and Borsa (Rigoletto).
He is now a regular soloist for the Bardi Wind Orchestra, performing in many of their charity summer concerts.