Baritone David Tinervia has performed as a soloist throughout the United States and Canada. Recently, he sang the world premiere of Nina C. Young’s “ Out of whose womb came the ice ” with the American Composer’s Orchestra, receiving acclamation in The New York Times “This Week’s 8 Best Classical Music Moments.” In 2016, he became a winner of the Boston District Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions. A two-time fellow of the Tanglewood Music Center, Mr. Tinervia made his debut as The Traveler in Curlew River in collaboration with the Mark Morris Dance Group. Since then, he has sung a wide variety of early, contemporary and operatic repertoire with many of the region’s finest ensembles, including Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society, Emmanuel Music, Arcadia Players, Music at Marsh Chapel, Ballet Opera Pantomime in Montreal, the Kingston Symphony Orchestra and Ensemble Caprice. Upcoming engagements this season include Handel’s Messiah with the Portland Oratorio Chorale, John Harbison’s Fifth Symphony and J.S. Bach’s Christmas Oratorio with Emmanuel Music Boston, as well as an evening of early baroque voice and viol music with Ian Watson’s Arcadia Players in Western MA. He is a 2017-2018 Lorraine Hunt-Lieberson Fellow with Emmanuel Music. Mr. Tinervia holds bachelor's and master’s degrees from McGill University in Montreal. While committed to his career in music, he is also currently pursuing studies in premedical science at Harvard University.