Canadian tenor David Pomeroy is enjoying a career that is placing him in the spotlight on the world’s most important stages.
The 2020 season starts at home with the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra with Pomeroy’s own Masterworks concert feature, followed by an album recording. Then in Spain, he performs a house debut with the Orquesta Nacional de España as a soloist in Braunfels’ Te Deum. Pomeroy returns to Canada at Manitoba Opera as Don José (Carmen) and Calgary Opera as Bacchus (Adriadne auf Naxos) in the spring, before making house debuts across France and the United States over the summer.
POMEROY RECORDS DEBUT SOLO ALBUM
The recognized tenor, who recorded the album from Feb. 10 to 13, 2020, will present 10 of opera’s greatest tenor arias with the 65 musicians of the Newfoundland Symphony Orchestra...will showcase the talents of Grammy and Juno award-winning producer Denise Ball..." - Operawire
ROLE DEBUT AS BACCHUS WITH OPER STUTTGART
As a guest in the role of Bacchus, the tenor David Pomeroy was convincing. His final appearance with Ariadne is extremely glamorous. That is how a god sings!
...his high notes are bright and the finale a dream." - Das Opernmagazin