David Lomelí named Musical America’s New Artist of the Month

David Lomelí, who completed his second year as an Adler fellow at the San Francisco Opera in December, was named Musical America‘s New Artist of the Month for February.  Musical America characterizes Lomelí’s voice as “large, well-supported and passionate, with solid low notes and plenty of ping at the top — a thrilling, sweet-sounding lyric tenor ideal for bel canto roles.”  Lomelí is enjoying this time and says, “Right now, my main goal is to stay healthy and keep singing. I’m doing what I love to do.”

3 Comments for David Lomelí named Musical America’s New Artist of the Month

  1. Jorge Salas
    April 11, 2012 at 6:27 pm

    Es un orgullo mexicano/latino para todos nosotros en los EE.UU. ¡Esperamos verlo en el Mondavi Center en UC Davis muy pronto!

  2. Adrienne Gorman
    May 3, 2012 at 4:04 pm

    Based upon Youtube selections only, I predict that you are going to be one of the most in demand opera tenors. You have the clear quality and power of a Pavorotti–a quality which I have heard no other young tenor match. However, I think you should exercise more variety in dynamic control & greater softness. I have never heard you in person so I may be off on this but I wish you wouldn’t sing everything so loudly. Stay well and fullfill your potential and you will have the greatest of successes.

  3. arthur wingrove
    June 7, 2012 at 8:02 am

    I saw David last night at Glyndebourne as Rodolfo in La Boheme. He was simply sensational and brought the house down. Absolutely fantastic………..

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