Acclaimed baritone David Kravitz’s recent opera engagements include leading roles at Washington National Opera (Davis Miller in the world premiere of D.J. Sparr’s Approaching Ali), Chautauqua Opera (Captain Balstrode in Britten’s Peter Grimes), Skylight Music Theatre (Scarpia in Puccini’s Tosca), Opera Santa Barbara (The Forester in Janáček’s The Cunning Little Vixen), Boston Lyric Opera (Abraham in MacMillan’sClemency), Emmanuel Music (Nick Shadow in Stravinsky’s The Rake’s Progress and Nick Carraway in Harbison’s The Great Gatsby), and New England Philharmonic (the title role of Berg’s Wozzeck). He created the lead role of De Sade in Nicola Moro’s Love Hurts at the Piccolo Teatro in Milan and Symphony Space in New York. In concert he has appeared with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Philadelphia Orchestra, Baltimore Symphony, Virginia Symphony, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival, Emmanuel Music, Boston Modern Orchestra Project, and Boston Baroque. In the 2021-2022 season, he performs with Opera Las Vegas reprising Davis Miller in Approaching Ali, sings Duke Bluebeard in Bluebeard’s Castle with the MIT Symphony Orchestra, and in Mozart’s Requiem with the Lexington Symphony under Jonathan McPhee. Mr. Kravitz has recorded for the Naxos, BIS, Sono Luminus, Koch International Classics, BMOP/sound, Albany Records, and New World labels. His distinguished legal career has included clerkships with the Hon. Sandra Day O'Connor and the Hon. Stephen Breyer.