David Corman

Adjunct Professor of Voice
Music Program

Music Program

Department of Arts

American Tenor, David Corman, has won critical praise and thrilled audiences all over the world.  He has sung over 100 leading roles of opera in 20 countries and 45 states in 2500 performances as Don Jose, Canio, Rodolfo, Cavaradossi, Faust, Pinkerton, Alfredo, and Hoffmann  in  CarmenLa BohèmeToscaFaustPagliacciMadame ButterflyOtelloAndrea ChenierTristan Und IsoldeLohengrinLa TraviataDon CarloMacbethSalomeDie ZauberfloteFalstaffCavalleria RusticanaLes Contes d’HoffmannGianni SchicchiIl Ritorno d'UlisseStiffellioDie GezeichnetenDie Frau Ohne SchattenLeonoreNabuccoRusalkaAlbert HerringThe Rape of LucretiaAdriana Lecouvreur, and La Cena Delle Beffe in New York, Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Pittsburgh, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Miami, St. Louis, Kansas City, Santa Fe, Houston, Charlotte, Vienna, Zurich, Bonn, and Rio De Janeiro.  His current repertoire includes the roles of Otello, Canio, Siegmund, Parsifal, and Tristan.

He has sung concerts with the New York Philharmonic, Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, Detroit Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, Colorado Symphony, L'Opera Montreal, Lucerne Symphony, Wichita Symphony, Midland/Odessa Symphony, Salina Symphony, Sudwest Deutsche Philharmonic, and the U.S. Naval Academy in works such as OtelloTristan und Isolde, the Messiah, Verdi Requiem, Bruckner Te Deum, Mozart Requiem, Bach Christmas Oratorio, Faure Requiem, Durufle RequiemElijah and St. Paul Oratorios, Beethoven Ninth Symphony, and several Schubert Masses. He has been a winner of the Metropolitan Opera Competition, Puccini Foundation Award, Zachary Competition, and the Richard Wagner Award. He received Bachelor of Music/English degrees from Friends University, a Master of Music degree at Yale University, and was a member of the International Opera Studio at the Julliard School of Music.

Last Updated: 07/08/2020