David Adam Moore
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer lauds baritone David Adam Moore for his “enviable swagger coupled with a subtle musicality and big, handsome voice.” In the 2023/24 season, he reprises his acclaimed performances of David T. Little’s monodrama, Soldier Songs with Chicago Opera Theater, and returns to the Metropolitan Opera for their production of Dead Man Walking. He recently returned to the Metropolitan Opera for the role of Horatio in their production of Brett Dean’s Hamlet, and returned to the role of Joseph De Rocher in Dead Man Walking with the Hungarian State Opera. Other recent credits include Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire with Teatro Colón, Buenos Aires, the title role of Eugene Onegin with Atlanta Opera, and Lieutenant Audebert in Silent Night with Austin Opera. He made a return to the role of Prior Walter in a new production of Eötvös’ Angels in America with Neue Oper Wien and MüPA Budapest, made arose debut as Lescaut in Manon with Israeli Opera, and joined both LA Opera and Austin Opera in performances of David T. Little’s monodrama, Soldier Songs. Mr. Moore made his Metropolitan Opera debut as Colonel Alvaro Gomez in of Adès’ The Exterminating Angel after creating the role in the world premiere at the 2016 Salzburger Festpiele and subsequent performances at the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden.