David is a versatile singer based in England, popular on You Tube and adding
to his download albums. He sang with junior choirs in Wales then attended Lewis School Pengam as a contemporary of Lord Neil Kinnock. David won eisteddfod prizes in French and German, wrote review sketches and played in a band. He also played Rugby Football and represented the school at athletics.
David began voice tuition at University and sang in student productions.
After graduating in mathematics he was coached by Gerald Davies, once principal tenor at Sadler's Wells. David subsequent roles included Oscar Wilde's Jack Worthing, Don Jose in Carmen and Elgar’s Gerontius, with Ian Caddy as the Priest. David founded Opera Cameo in St Albans and sang roles including Rodolfo, Turiddu and Alfredo. He also worked at the Harlow Playhouse with Norman Meadmore, formerly a senior producer with D’Oyly Carte. Moving to Milton Keynes in 1985 as a Software Engineer, David returned from a ten-year musical retirement. He then sang leads in opera and oratorio and took roles in plays including Sir Alan Aykbourn’s ‘Gosforth’ with the Open University Theatre Group, and ‘How Green was my Valley’.
David's You Tube channel passed a million views in 2011 while he was preparing albums on the VoceVersatile label which range from British Songs, Arie Antiche, Opera and Lieder, to Hits and Standards. He has recorded over 300 songs and manages the process alone, from scores to accompaniment, performance, mastering, distribution and publicity. His wife Jean Tatton Jones is a painter and poet. For more information Google: David Keith Jones