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Linda Mabbs


Scott MacAllister


Jamie MacDougall


Sir Charles Mackerras


Neil Mackie


Mahler Chamber Orchestra


Gustav Mahler Quartett


Stephan Mai


Oleg Maisenberg


Mischa Maisky


Igor Malinovsky


Christopher Maltman


Orfeo Mandozzi


David B. Mannell


Johannes Mannov


Christian Mannsberger


Susan Manoff


Jonathan Manson


Catherine Manson


Vasile Marian


Sir Neville Marriner


Fredrick Martell


Catherine Martin


Andrea Martin


Erich Pawlik Mascal


David B. Mannell

Solo-Künstler , Tenor

David B Mannell, tenor, enjoys a demanding singing career spanning opera, musical theatre, oratorio, academic and church work. A native of Topeka, Kansas, he received his Music Education degree from Emporia State University and Masters from Indiana University. He was Director of Music for seven years for a public school district in Kansas where he taught Kindergarten through 12th grade music. He has worked with, John Wustman, Robert Shaw, John Moriarty and others.

David has performed in regional opera houses and as a guest soloist with regional orchestras in the United States. Leading roles include, Alfredo in La Traviata, Rodolfo in La Boheme, Tamino in Die Zauberflöte, Martin in The Tender Land, Danilo in The Merry Widow, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni, Frederic in The Pirates of Penzance, Nemerino in The Elixir of Love, Candide in Candide and many others. His singing career has taken him through out the Midwest, Nation and Europe. He traveled to Italy where he studied with Arrigo Pola, Luciano Parvarotti’s former voice teacher, and sang in Rome for two summers.

Mannell stage directs for the educational program for the Indianapolis Opera Company, and is also on the music faculty of Indiana State University and Indiana IUPUI (Indiana University, Purdue University at Indianapolis). He has a very active private voice studio of which many of his students have received high awards regionally and locally, and have been accepted to many outstanding University’s. He is a section leader for the adult choir at Second Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis as well as a member of both the State and National NATS and Indianapolis Matinee Musicale. He has recorded four CD’s, “Songs of Praise”, “Songs of the Season” and “Songs of Inspiration” and “Songs of Broadway”.