David Soto Zambrana

Tenor David Soto Zambrana is native of San Juan, Puerto Rico. He trained in the Bel Canto tradition at the University of Oklahoma, where he was awarded a prestigious Weitzenhoffer Opera Fellowship and a master’s degree. Recently, he performed in Painted Sky Opera’s Don Giovanni (Don Ottavio) and sang for the Oklahoma premiere of Lori Laitman’s The Scarlet Letter (Arthur Dimmesdale). He was a Tomita Young Artist with Finger Lakes Opera, performed leading roles with Taconic Opera, and is an alumnus of Musiktheatre Bavaria in Oberaudorf, Germany. As an Artist in Residence at Opera Colorado, Mr. Zambrana performed on the mainstage in Rigoletto (Duke of Mantua), Die tote Stadt (Count Albert), and Turandot (Prince of Persia). He also appeared in Opera Colorado’s Opera on Tour productions of The Pirates of Penzance (Frederic) and Romeo & Juliet (Romeo). David was awarded a Metropolitan Opera Laffont Competition Encouragement Award, Marilyn Horne Performance Award, and the Dame Eva Turner Award for Vocal Performance.

David is a Studio Artist with Opera Orlando for the 23/24 Season.