Davone Tines | Bass

Davone Tines, deemed a “…charismatic, full­voiced bass­baritone…” by The New York Times, is building an international career commanding a broad spectrum of opera and concert performance. This past season included performances with the Boston Pops in Symphony Hall and Tanglewood where he was a Tanglewood Music Center Fellow and a debut with the American Repertory Theater in the world premier of Matthew Aucoin’s opera ‘Crossing’ directed by Diane Paulus for which The Wall Street Journal called him a “glowing bass­baritone” and the Stylus Music Journal said he “...brought the house down with his eloquent and painful singing” in the leading role of Freddie Stowers. Davone also premiered the one­man chamber opera ‘American Gothic’ for which Details Magazine applauded his “…lush voice” and stated that “Each section of the work benefits from Tines' heartbreakingly rendered supplications…”