David Adam Moore

Projection Designer

The renowned American baritone has also forged separate careers as a director, composer, and video designer. He co-founded two New York-based arts collectives – GLMMR and Choreo Teatro – with whom he has created music, video, and performance works in venues including the 92nd St. Y, National Sawdust, NO Gallery, and The Cell. Most recently, his electroacoustic performance installation with GLMMR and David T. Little, Book of Dreams: Chapter Sand, premiered at National Sawdust (New York). Moore’s multimedia conception of Schubert’s Winterreise, with visuals by GLMMR, has earned acclaim at the Atlanta, Portland, Des Moines, and Anchorage opera companies. With GLMMR and his artistic partner, Vita Tzykun, Moore directed and designed the world’s largest-scale production of Michael Nyman's The Man Who Mistook His Wife For a Hat (Indianapolis Opera), and designed sets, costumes, and projections for a new production of David T. Little's Soldier Songs (Atlanta Opera, San Diego Opera). Among Moore’s stage performances have been his Metropolitan Opera debut this season (Col. Alvaro Gomez/Thomas Adès’s The Exterminating Angel, North American premiere), after creating the role at the Salzburg Festival. As a performance artist, Moore has collaborated with Holly Herndon (Blood Makes Noise, Guggenheim Museum) and Nick Hallett (New York’s Town Hall).

Previously at Lyric: Faust (2017|18); Stanley/A Streetcar Named Desire (student performance), Jud Fry/ Oklahoma! (both 2012|13).

Last updated: March 3, 2018