Wilson-Johnson, David (b Northampton, 1950). Eng. bass-baritone. Career as soloist in Elgar oratorios, Belshazzar's Feast, 8 Songs for a Mad King, Beethoven's 9th Sym., and recitalist in Winterreise, etc. Opera début CG 1976 (in We Come to the River). Created Arthur in The Lighthouse, Edinburgh 1980. WNO 1978; GTO 1980. Sang title-role in f. Brit. p. (concert) of Messiaen's St François d'Assise, London 1988. Salzburg Fest. début 1989.
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