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David Woloszko

Voice Type:



British, Australian


United Kingdom

Languages (fluent):



Dr. Grenville
La Traviata (Verdi)
Opera South East
Il Commendatore
Don Giovanni (Mozart)
Rogue Opera
Siegfried (Wagner)
GAFA Arts Collective
Prince Gremin
Eugine Onegin (Tchaikovsky)
Opera South East
La Boheme (Puccini)
Opera Holland Park
Herr Bear
The Chimney Sweep (Salieri)
Pinchgut Opera
Dr Bartolo
Le Nozze di Figaro (Mozart)
Victorian Opera
Baron Douphol
La Traviata (Verdi)
Opera de Limoges
Baron Douphol
La Traviata (Verdi)
Opera de Reims
Don Magnifico
Cenerentola (Rossini)
Bury Court Opera
Peter Quince
A Midsummer Nights Dream (Britten)
The Mikado
The Mikado (Sullivan)
The Lovely Ladies (Cowdrey)
Opera Unlimited/Buxton Festival
Fat Englishman
The Gambler (Prokofiev)
Royal Opera

Covered Covered & Performed Scenes Premiere of New Work Concert

To be a singer



Mr Hawk and Mr Bear

Pooh Bah from The Mikado

Potos by Cristina Schek

David Woloszko’s self-satisfied Benoit and James Harrison’s painfully put-upon Alcindoro are sheer joy. George Hall - Jun 13, 2016. The Stage. David Woloszko makes much of the physical comedy of his character by Alexandra Coghlan Sunday, 12 June 2016 David Woloszko was a very funny, and amazingly padded, Benoit., David Woloszko’s Falstaff-like Benoît was not only an obvious comic turn, but very well sung too - See more at: (2016)

“David Woloszko nicely catches the pompous bluster of Bear” Richard Wigmore “Woloszko is a rotund ball of pomposity, revelling in some cuddly campery and exhibiting a firm bass.” Limelight Magazine--/--“Bass David Woloszko (Mr Bear) was the strongest male performer, displaying stamina, dexterity and a resounding dark-hued timbre” MURRAY BLACK, THE AUSTRALIAN, JULY 07, 2014 --/--The excellent bass David Woloszko shows off the low notes expected in a role written for Ludwig Fischer, andd his aria “To be a singer of finesse” is a fun showcase for such a nimble actor-singer. Woloszko’s easy low Ds fill the bill. JUDITH MALAFRONTE OPERA NEWS. --/--“with the aptly-cast Woloszko as Mr Bear .” The AUSTRALIAN STAGE David Woloszko was a solid and effective Bear –Bachtrack --/-- “ Woloszko with his big bass voice was a powerhouse in the role of Mr Bear. Carolyn McDowall, The Culture Concept Circle.--/-- Woloszko is a pompous round red ball, stealing chocolates, ‘revelling in (2014)

Born in Sydney, Australia, David studied acting at ATYP (Australian Theatre for Young People), The Actors Centre and The Phillip St Theatre and Acting credits include Kevin in Tarflowers(1984) Burger Brain(1988), Auditionee(The Girl Who Came Late).
David is a Graduate of Sydney Conservatorium of Music, and the Queensland Conservatorium of Music. In 2000 he joined the Opera Queensland Young Artists Programme, having already come to the attention of a wider public by reaching the 1997 Herald-Sun Aria Finals (Runner-up), 1998 Metropolitan Regional Finals(Runner-up) and the 1999 finals of the Covent Garden Scholarship, German Operatic and McDonalds Aria. He made his debut as DON ALFONSO Così fan tutte with Opera Queensland, going on to sing the role of COLLINE/ALCINDORO/BENOIT for Opera Australia’s touring production of La Bohème, in addition to covering the roles of SPARAFUCILE and CEPRANO in Rigoletto and Dansker in Billy Budd.
He made his UK debut in 2004 as BARTOLO Le Nozze di Figaro and JOSÉ CASTRO La Fanciulla del West for Opera Holland Park, and was involved in several ENO Baylis education projects. In 2005 he covered the role of BARTOLO for Glyndebourne on Tour, which led to his engagement as BARTOLO with Opera North 2006, Opera East 2008 and Victorian Opera(Melbourne) 2012.
Other appearances have included the DON BASILIO for Opera East (2006), FAT ENGLISHMAN in Prokofiev’s The Gambler for Grange Park Opera and Pimlico Opera(2007). LEPORELLO - Don Giovanni for English Pocket Opera(2009), SIGNOR LA ROCCA - Un giorno di Regno for Opera della Luna/Iford Arts, POOH-BAH – The Mikado for Opera della Luna(2008), Don Magnifico – La Cenerentola for Bury Court Opera, Barone Douphol – La Traviata for Opera de Limoges and Opera Reims, Colline – La Boheme at Hever Castle Festival Theatre, Le Pére Laurence - Romeo Et Juliette(Berlioz) for Willoughby Symphony(Sydney) and Herr von Bär(Mr Bear) - Der Rauchfangkehrer(The Chimney Sweep) for Pinchgut Opera(Sydney), Bordeaux in The Lovely Ladies for the Buxton Festival 2011. Cover work includes Don MAGNIFICO – Cenerentola, ROCCO – Fidelio, IDRAOTE/ASTAROTTE – Armida for Garsington Opera. MUSTAFA – L’italiana in Algeri for Scottish Opera(2009), the title role in The Mikado and PETER QUINCE - A Midsummer Night’s Dream for the ENO. In 2010 David made his debut at the Royal Opera House in the new production of The Gambler, directed by Richard Jones and conducted by Antonio Pappano. 2016 projects included Benoit in La Boheme for Opera Holland Park. In 2018 David performed the role of Prince Gremin in Yevgeny Onegin with Opera South East.
2019 projects include the role of Dr Grenvil in La Traviata with Opera South East, Il Commendatore in Don Giovanni with Rogue Opera and Fafner in Siegfried with GAFA Arts Collective.

2020 productions include Don Alfonso in Cosi Fan Tutte for Opera on the Move, The Mikado for Opera South East, Eristrato in Stradella’s La Forza dell’amor paterno for Barber Opera and returns to Opera Holland Park as Totor in Margot La Rouge.

CD Recordings include The Chimney Sweep by Salieri for Pinchgut Opera.

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