French Opera Singer, baritone David Serero, will be making his West End debut when he appears here on Thursday 18th October 2012 at 8.30pm in The Studio. David Serero, has received international critical acclaim and was described early in his career as “Born to be on stage”. Still only 30 he has already given more thane 500 concerts all over the world but every performance remains as fresh as the first.
David has performed on some of the most prestigious of the world’s stages as well as singing on many important occasions, bringing a genuinely fresh approach to the opera world with his eclectic repertoire which includes not only opera but also music from the world of Broadway, as well as World Music, giving his shows a unique flavour. He has given concerts at the Opéra Garnier and L’Olympia in Paris – even at the Eiffel Tower ; at the Tchaikovsky Hall, in Moscow, the Budapest Opera where he was conducted by Placido Domingo and at the famous Concertgebouw in Amsterdam and many others.
He has sung more thane 20 lead roles in Opera, Operetta and Musical Theatre as well as appearing in numerous films. He has organized many benefit concerts in aid of charities to which he has a special committment, performing in hospitals and schools as well as for Presidents and many of the world’s leaders in order to raise money for causes close to his heart. Last year David Serero released his debut album ‘The Baritone Show’ which included numbers from his wide repertoire including his signature role of Don Quixote from ‘Man of La Macha’ which he performed recently in Paris, Deauville and Tokyo.
Mixing styles and genres with his theatrical ability, David Serero provides a unique experience full of dynamism, energy, humour and a “joie de vivre” for his most important cause – the audience.
In November this year, he will perform and produce the world premiere of Duke Ellington’s only musical ‘Beggar’s Holiday’ in Paris and in 2013 a new musical written, directed and produced by David Serero also in Paris entitled ‘You Are Not Alone’ with the legendary Jermaine Jackson who has also recorded a duet with David, ‘Autumn Leaves’ on his latest album, which David also produced.
For this concert at the Dominion Theatre, David will perform the Toreador’s aria from Bizet’s ’Carmen’, songs from Broadway musicals including ‘Fiddler on the Roof’, ‘Man of La Mancha’, ‘My Fair Lady’ and ‘Phantom of the Opera’ as well as popular French chansons, haunting Yiddish songs and folk songs from Russia and Spain.
Date Thursday 18th October 2012
Time 8:00pm Doors Open
8:30pm Performance Starts
Running time 1 hour and 30 minutes with no interval
Tickets are £20, to purchase please click here