With over 60 principal roles to his credit, David Adam Moore has become a highly sought-after leading baritone by major opera houses and orchestras worldwide, including the Metropolitan Opera, Teatro alla Scala, Lyric Opera of Chicago, Carnegie Hall, Théâtre du Châtelet, Bunkamura (Tokyo), Grand Théâtre de Genève, Israeli Opera, New York City Opera, Netherlands Radio Philharmonic, BBC Symphony, LA Phil, Staatsoper Hannover, Orchestra of St. Luke's, American Symphony Orchestra, and many others.
the Grand Théâtre de Genève, his first performances of Stanley Kowalski in A Streetcar Named Desire with Virginia Opera, Lieberson’s King Gesar with the Orchestra of St. Luke's at the Rubin Museum of Art, the Pilot in Portman’s Little Prince with Tulsa Opera, and Laurent in Picker’s Thérèse Raquin at Dicapo Opera.
His performances have been broadcast on BBC, Arte television, NPR, Radio France, RAI, and Radio Netherlands, and recorded by BMG, GPR, and Innova records.
A celebrated interpreter of contemporary music, Moore has created roles and premiered music for some of today's most important living composers, including Peter Eötvös, Bernard Rands, David T. Little, John Eaton, Ricky Ian Gordon, Nick Hallett, Conrad Cummings, Martin Hennessey, Glen Roven, and Tom Cipullo.
He received great critical acclaim for his portrayal of Prior Walter in Eötvös' Angels in America with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, BBC Symphony Orchestra, and Fort Worth Opera. He created the title role in David T. Little's Soldier Songs for its world premiere at Le Poisson Rouge in New York and in subsequent performances at the International Festival of Arts and Ideas in New Haven, Connecticut.
His performance on the world premiere recording of Soldier Songs was short-listed for a Grammy nomination. He sang Catesby and Rivers in Battistelli's Richard III in his debut at
He also created the roles of John in Conrad Cummings' The Golden Gate at Lincoln Center, the title role in John Eaton’s microtonal opera, Traveling With Gulliver with the New York New Music Ensemble, and Vincent Van Gogh in Rands’ Vincent as a guest artist with Indiana University’s Opera Theatre.
Notable for his work as a composer and multimedia artist, Moore co-founded two NYC-based arts collectives - GLMMR and Choreo Teatro - with whom he has created music, video, and performance works in venues including the 92nd St. Y, .NO Gallery, and The Cell. His multimedia production of Schubert's Winterreise, with visual design by GLMMR, has been enthusiastically received at venues in NYC, Houston, and Kansas, and will be presented as part of Atlanta Opera's 2015/16 season.