Davone TinesNew York, NY
Davone Tines deemed a “…charismatic, full-voiced bass-baritone…” by The New York Times, is building an international career commanding a broad spectrum of opera and concert performance from early music: recently performing programs of Bach and Rameau in Alice Tully hall; to adventurous contemporary music including the U.S. premiere of Menachem Zur’s ‘Cartoons’ at Lincoln Center, performances with the New York Festival of Song and the New York Shakespeare Society. Past seasons he performed in ‘La Bohème’ at the Royal Opera House Muscat, Oman, in ‘La Fanciulla del’ West in Spain, and as Lodovico in ‘Otello,’ all under the baton of Maestro Lorin Maazel. Davone deeply enjoys creating new work with a wide array of colleagues. Recent project collaborations include performances with Sotheby’s and the Betty Cunningham Gallery, a special concert at the United States Supreme Court Building in honor of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg as well as the development of a jazz and gospel infused song cycle by national award winning composer Michael Schacter based on Langston Hughes’ epic poem "The Black Clown" to be premiered by the University of Michigan. Upcoming engagements include the premiere of Metropolitan Opera and Chicago Symphony assistant conductor and composer Matthew Aucoin’s “Crossing: A New American Opera” for the American Repertory Theater directed by multi tony award winner Diane Paulus, and the premier of two chamber operas by Kaija Saariajo and directed by Peter Sellars at the Dutch National Opera and Ojai Music Festival. Davone is a 2009 graduate of Harvard College and received a masters degree in voice from The Juilliard School in 2013.
The Black Clown – Movement 4: Three Hundred Years
This is a demo recording (midi accompaniment) of an excerpt from the song cycle The Black Clown made in collaboration with composer Michael Schacter.
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