Audiences of North America, Germany, Bulgaria and, Italy have embraced Vincent Davis’ full-bodied, lyric tenor in concert, opera and oratorio. Mr. Davis made his operatic debut as Robbins in Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess with Theatre am Gœterplatz in Bremen Germany. He performed the same role with the Alte Oper in Frankfurt Germany. After extensive performances through Germany, he made his North American solo debut in Dayton Opera’s 50th Anniversary production. Thereafter, Mr. Davis was engaged to perform extensive recitals and concerts throughout Italy in the cities of Sassacorvaro, Pennibilli, Fermignano and Urbania. Later came his interpretations of Ferrando in Cosi fan Tutte, Alfredo in La Traviata and, Don Jose in Carmen, Don Basilio in Mozart’ s Le Nozze di Figaro (with the State Opera of Stara Zagora Bulgaria and, in the Ancient Roman Theatre of Plovdiv Bulgaria), King Kaspar in Amahl and the Night Visitors & Joe in Gershwin’s Blue Monday – both with Marble City Opera of Knoxville TN.
An established concert artist, Mr. Davis has also made appearances with regional orchestras of Michigan, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Atlanta, and Indianapolis. His oratorio credits include tenor soloist in Dubois’ Seven Last Words of Christ, Handel’s Messiah, Alexander’ s Feast, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony and Haydn’s Creation. He has also performed as tenor soloist in Schubert’ s Mass in A flat and Handel Messiah with Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as the role of St. Nicolas in Benjamin Britten’s St. Nicolas cantata with the Yellow Springs chamber orchestra. Recently he sang as Tenor Soloist with Messiah Chorale society of Grand Junction CO.
He is currently singing the role of Lord Pinkleton in the North American tour of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. He has made several solo debuts recently in esteemed Performance halls through out Canada such as; Queen Elizabeth theatre in Vancouver British Columbia, Canada, Northern Alberta Jubilee Hall in Edmonton, Alberta Canada, Southern Alberta Jubilee Hall Calgary, Alberta Canada, Place des Arts Montreal Quebec Canada and, the National Arts Centre of Ottawa Ontario Canada.