David Myers, Jr. performs as a tenor soloist throughout New England, receiving praise for his “beautifully polished tone” and “attractive tenor sound” by Portland Press Herald critic Allan Kozinn. Since moving from Maryland to Maine in 2008, he has performed with the Southern Maine Symphony Orchestra, the Mozart Mentors Orchestra, and the Colby Symphony Orchestra, and he has been featured as a soloist with such ensembles as Down East Singers, Bowdoin Chorus, Rachmaninoff Choir, Lincoln Festival Chorus, Sheepscot Valley Chorus, St. Cecilia Chamber Choir, Colby College Chorale, University of Southern Maine Chorale, Bach Festival Chorus, and Nativity Lutheran Church Chorus. More information about David’s recent and upcoming musical engagements can be found on his website, davidmyersjr.com.

In addition to performing, David was recently appointed as Executive Director of the Portland String Quartet Society whose mission is to promote chamber music and music education in the state of Maine through supporting the activities and musical leadership of the Portland String Quartet. He is the choir director at North Yarmouth Congregational Church in North Yarmouth, Maine, where he also teaches voice students (as well as in his South Portland studio), placing special emphasis on healthy singing technique in all musical styles. David obtained his bachelor’s degree in music education from Frostburg State University in Frostburg, Maryland, and recently earned his Master’s Degree in vocal pedagogy from the School of Music at the University of Southern Maine where he studied voice with esteemed soprano Ellen Chickering. David is an active member of the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) as well as an associate member of both the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) and the National Association for Music Education (NAfME). 

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