- Artist: David Thompson
- Format: CD
- Release Date:9/5/2006
Singer/songwriter David Thompson hails from the city of brotherly love (Philadelphia Pa) where he is well known in many music circles around town for his multi octave range as well as his writing and showmanship. During his career David has toured England, Scotland, Whales, the British Islands, and Australia; performing in some of the worlds most famous theaters and opera houses. Among them are Westminster Abbey, and the Melbourne and Sidney opera house. David has shared the stage at New York cities Carnegie Hall with World Famous tenor Luciano Pavarotti, sang backup for greats like Peggy King, and performed with the Philadelphia opera company in such performances as "La Boheme' and was under the direction of Ricardo Muti. He was a regular in the chorus of the Philadelphia Ballet annual "The Nutcracker" at the Academy Of Music. He is also featured on many recordings of the Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale recorded in America and abroad. A graduate of "Creative and Performing Arts" in Philadelphia, where he continued his study of voice and instrumental music both in school and privately. David has been privileged to attend master classes taught by such professionals as Peter Nero of the "Philly Pops", and share in performances with jazz legends like Trutti Pip and R&B sensation Boyz II Men. While in school David joined a theater company at The Balch Institute in Philadelphia. There he studied acting and improvisation with many accomplished artist; as well as dance under the renowned Carla Washington. He was featured in performances throughout the city and even stared in an independent film. His final performance with the company was a specially requested solo for U.S. Senator Bill Bradley at his book release party held at the convention center in Philadelphia. Currently David can be found performing at clubs and café's around New York and alongside an alternative group of the cities most noted musicians. Check out IRL Music's France catalog where his music has been spot lighted for distribution in Europe.
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