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DAVID ARNOT

David Arnot

In a busy and successful career the tenor David Arnot has performed with choirs and orchestras throughout Canada, Holland and Belgium. He has sung Handel's Messiah with the Hamilton Philharmonic and the Studio de musique ancienne de Montreal, the Evangelist in Bach's St John Passion with the Niagara Symphony, La Dafne and L'Orfeo with Opera Atelier, Monteverdi's 1610 Vespers with the Toronto Chamber Society and Bach's Mass in G minor and Purcell's Dioclesian with Tafelmusik Baroque Orchestra. In Europe he has appeared with the Utrecht Barok Consort, La Capriola of Amsterdam and the Pierrot Ensemble. David Arnot is a frequent broadcaster and is on the faculty of the National Ballet School.


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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title  Catalogue No  Work Category 
CALDARA: Christmas Cantata Naxos
8.553772
Choral - Sacred





 
 
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