The Best New Holiday Release of 2015? Classic Singer David Britton’s Christmas | Episode 55

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“In a world that is is full of so much turmoil and pain, it is my goal to use music to shed a glimmer of light; to bring comfort to those that grieve, peace to those at war, hope to those that fail, encouragement to those that feel alone, joy to those in despair.” – David Britton

World class baritone and Shadowlands Music recording artist David Britton has released his holiday-themed full-length CD, Christmas. Released digitally last year, Christmas, showcases the unique ability of the classically trained Britton, who has performed at Carnegie Hall and with opera companies around the world, to effortlessly merge his diverse influences. He wraps his incredibly rich pop-classical sound (with a twist of anthemic rock) into and around these timeless holiday classics. The result is a poignant collection of cozy favorites and a blend of powerful yet intimate moments, custom made for the Christmas season.

After playing drums and trumpet in high school, David began studying classical voice at Westmont College in Santa Barbara, CA, where he discovered a love for opera and art song. He continued to refine his voice by studying at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music where he earned his Master’s Degree in Vocal Performance. His experience has included performances under the auspices of Opera San Jose, Opera Santa Barbara, Festival Opera, Intermountain Opera, Livermore Valley Opera, and the North Bay Opera.

He also made his Carnegie Hall debut in New York, as Townsend Harris in The Dawn of Japan by Toroku Takagi with the Orchestra of St. Luke’s. With more than twenty roles in David’s catalogue, highlights include his well-received interpretations of Mozart’s Count Almaviva (Marriage of Figaro), and Don Giovanni.

Influences:
Cold Play
U2
Pavarotti
Thomas Hampson

Follow:
Website – www.davidbritton.com
Facebook – www.facebook.com/davidbrittonmusic
Twitter – twitter.com/dobritton


 

David Britton’s Christmas is available on Amazon.com

 


 

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