[ Baritone ]
Baritone DAVÓNE TINES, deemed a “…singer of immense power and fervor…” by The Los Angeles Times and a “…charismatic, full-voiced bass-baritone…” by The New York Times, commands a broad spectrum of opera and concert performance as a singer and creator. Highlights from last season include performances with the Dutch National Opera, Ojai Music Festival, London Symphony, and Los Angeles Philharmonic in collaborations with Kaija Saariaho, John Adams, Matthew Aucoin, Caroline Shaw and Peter Sellars. Upcoming performances include engagements with the Finnish National Opera, San Francisco Opera, San Francisco Symphony, Paris Opera, Orchestre National de France, BAM and the American Repertory Theater. Tines performed with the Boston Pops in Symphony Hall and at Tanglewood where he was a Tanglewood Music Center Fellow. He has given performances of Puccini’s La Bohème at the Royal Opera House Oman, La Fanciulla del West with the Castelton Festival and on tour in Spain, as well as Verdi’s Otello all under the baton of Lorin Maazel.