French baritone David Serero wins the BroadwayWorld Awards 2020 for Best Opera Singer of the Year.
Winners have been announced for the 2020 BroadwayWorld Awards, which were back bigger than ever, celebrating the best in the past decade's theatre. The 2020 BroadwayWorld Awards are presented by TodayTix.
Prolific Opera singer, Actor, Director, and Producer David Serero is awarded the BroadwayWorld Awards for Best Opera Singer. On November 24th, 2020, BroadwayWorld announced the nomination results, where David Serero was nominated. After weeks of intense votes from the public, industry members, theater critics, and more. The votes were closed on December 31st at midnight. The results were delivered on January 15th, 2021, on BroadwayWorld, announcing David Serero winner as Best Opera Singer of the Year.
David Serero is a critically acclaimed and awards-winner opera singer, actor, director, and producer. He has performed more than 2,500 performances in more than 45 countries, directed and produced nearly 100 theatrical productions, starred in over 100 films and TV series, recorded and produced over 100 albums and, played more than 50 lead and title roles (in several languages) from the opera, theatre, and musical repertoire. In New York, he starred Off-Broadway in iconic roles such as Shylock, Cyrano, Othello, Barabas, Yiddish King Lear, Don Giovanni, Figaro, Romeo, Nabucco, as well as new works such as Napoleon by Kubrick, Queen Esther, Anne Frank a Musical, among others. In his native Paris, he also starred as Don Quixote (Man of La Mancha) and Happy Mac (Beggar's Holiday by Duke Ellington). He entered the prestigious Who’s Who America for demonstrating outstanding achievements in the entertainment world and for the betterment of contemporary society. In 2019, he received the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award, the Morocco Day Distinguished Achievement Award, the Trophy of Morocco's culture, and named among the fifteen most influential Moroccans worldwide by Morocco's airline Royal Air Maroc. David is a member of the Recording and Television Academy and a voting member of both the Grammys and Emmys. In 2020, David Serero received the UNESCO Award for Diversity in Paris and became an Honorary Member of the United Nations of Arts and Science. He has largely contributed to bring opera to many places such as hospitals, prisons, schools, and more, and collaborated with artists of diverse musical horizons. In New York, he has directed and produced several operas in his own adaptations, which became the audience's favorites. Among his next projects is to create the first Royal Opera Company in Morocco. www.davidserero.com
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