Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He was a Young Welsh Musical Theatre Singer of the Year and was runner up in the Kathleen Ferrier Young Singers Bursary.


Soloist at the Opening Gala for the Wales Millennium Centre. Foreman in Trial by Jury for the BBC National Orchestra of Wales (St. David's Hall) and subsequent Chandos recording. Created the role of the Wolf in John Doyle's world premiere production of The Tailor's Daughter for Welsh National Opera (Wales Millennium Centre), Sweeney in Sweeney Todd (Norwich Playhouse, Harasta in Cunning Little Vixen (Sherman Theatre, Cardiff), Warchild for NYMT (Anglian Tour).

Les Misérables is David's West End debut.


Born in Wales in 1982, David has returned to the Principality, undergoing a four-year vocal studies course at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama under James Ottaway.

He is involved with and soloist for various choirs including the BBC National Chorus of Wales, Serendipity Singers and Only Men Aloud. He has appeared on BBC 1, BBC 4, S4C, HTV and BBC Radio Two and Three. Recent concert and oratorio performances include; Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, the Durufl Requiem, The Faure Requiem. Szymanowski’s Stabat Mater, BBC Proms in the Park (live from Singleton Park in Swansea) and bass solos in Mozart’s Coronation Mass, Haydn’s Nelson Mass, Biber’s Missa Salisburgensis and Handel’s Messiah.

Recent operatic roles include, Papageno in the Magic Flute (Mozart), Tarquinius in The Rape of Lucretia (Britten), Hercules (Handel), Harasta in The Cunning Little Vixen (Janacek and Sweeny in Sweeny Todd (Sondheim). Recent engagements include a solo part in the opening of the Wales Millennium Centre, performing alongside the likes of Michael Sheen, Mathew Rhys and Jonathan Pryce and landed the role of Foreman in the BBC NOW’s concert and subsequent Chandos recording of Trial By Jury with Donald Maxwell, Rebecca Evans and Richard Hickox.