Described as having “a stellar voice” (Hollywood Fringe Festival) David Ingram is a graduate from the University of Arizona with a bachelor’s degree in Vocal Performance. David has over 15 years of experience performing for audiences, having performed in China, Mexico, and all over the US in recognizable roles such as Belcore, Escamillo, and Marcello. Mr. Ingram has a strong interest in new works, with two world premieres of new operas under his belt as well as several U.S.A. premieres. David is excited to be continuing his education at Cal State University Northridge under Metropolitan Opera singer Dr. Hugo Vera. David most recently performed the role of Escamillo in Lawrence Opera Theater’s production of Bizet’s “Carmen”. David is currently working on the role of Papageno in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte and is preparing to audition for young artist programs in the spring. Since 2008, David has been studying percussion of various styles. Being a Drum Captain for two years in his high school marching band, as well as being a part of a touring steel drum band, playing steel drum as well as drum set and hand percussion. From 2018-2020 David was also a principle percussionist with the Tucson Pops Orchestra, playing Holst, Elgar, and many contemporary composers.