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"David MacAdam...is both singer and performance artist. He has a lean, rangy, aesthetically handsome look that goes well with the Schubertian theme of wandering. As he sang the songs of a young man, he appeared to turn into one. His eyes grew dreamy and his voice took on a naive sweetness, particularly in the “does she love me?” song, “Der Neugierige.” He could switch dramatic gears, too, as he quoted the words of the miller’s daughter, or the miller himself."
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Artists including Stephanie Piercey Beames, Nadia Petrella, Alain Paquette, David MacAdam & Joseph Song Chi presnt arias from some of Caballé's greatest successes. Timothy Piper, pianist. 4:30 pm.
An evening of French mélodie featuring works of Duparc, Berlioz, Hahn & Sait-Saëns. With collaborative pianist Joanne Moorcroft, at Ottawa Pianos, 1412 Bank St., Ottawa, ON. Seating is limited to 45 patrons. 7:30 pm.
Soloist with the Carleton University Choir. Glebe St. James United Church. Address: 650 Lyon Street South, Ottawa, ON. 7:30 pm. Tickets available online & at the door.
David will be directing this production at the Historic Uniquely St. Mark's in the Bowery, NYC. Featuring a wonderful cast of artists in Menotti's holiday classic..
David will be directing this semi-staged production of the Puccini masterpiece, as well as singing the role of The Emperor. Trinity Anglican Church, Ottawa, ON.
David will be one of two guest soloists performing with the John Jay Singers from John Jay College in NYC, on their three-city Spring Tour of Upstate NY.
With Carleton Music Winter Term Resident Artist & internationally renowned Wagnerian soprano Heidi Melton & others. Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre, Ottawa ON. 7:30 pm.
Tenor soloist with the Canadian Centennial Choir under the baton of Marg Stubington. Carleton Dominion-Chalmers Centre, Ottawa ON. 7:30 pm.