DAVID BRANAGH CURRY
David Branagh Curry is a highly respected tenor hailing from Northern Ireland, with an illustrious career spanning over two decades.
With his powerful and emotive voice, he has captivated audiences across the globe in some of the most prestigious musical productions.
From the iconic stage of The Grand Opera House Belfast to venues in Canada and the USA, David has brought to life some of the most coveted roles in the classical repertoire.
Among his notable performances are his portrayal of Tony in the 1993 Opera Northern Ireland production of West Side Story, as well as his critically acclaimed performances as Tommy in Brigadoon (1995 Fortwilliam Musical Society), Cable in South Pacific (1996, St Agnes' Choral Society), Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolored Dream Coat (1996), and Danilo in The Merry Widow (1997 Fortwilliam Musical Society).
David's career is a testament to his dedication and passion for his craft. He is known for his unwavering commitment to excellence, and his ability to deliver unforgettable performances that leave audiences spellbound. Despite his success, David remains grounded and approachable, and is always grateful for the support and recognition he has received throughout his career.