David Boudreaux

Voice Faculty

HCD Music

Hartt Community Division
860.768.4451 F 19–20

BM (Vocal Performance) University of Southern California

MM (Vocal Performance) University of Southern California

MBA - University of South Florida

David Boudreaux, Tenor, grew up in New Orleans surrounded by a diverse and rich musical culture of jazz, blues, rock-n-roll, classical, and opera. With a clear, ringing lyric tenor voice and the heart of a jazz-funk drummer, Mr. Boudreaux is regarded as a creative, versatile performer and musician. With over twenty years of diverse performance, teaching and business experience, he is a results-oriented teacher capable of helping students bring out their absolute best, reaching their fullest potential as singers and musicians.

Mr. Boudreaux started his vocal training at the University of New Orleans and went on to earn both a Bachelor and Master of Music in Vocal Performance from the University of Southern California and an MBA from the University of South Florida. Whether performing operatic roles such as “Count Almaviva” from Rossini’s Barber of Seville, “Don Ottavio” from Mozart’s Don Giovanni, to musical theater roles such as “Tony” from West Side Story, “Freddy” from My Fair Lady or “Clifford Bradshaw” from Cabaret, David brings “truth and humanity” to every role. In his 47 performances as Tony and more than 40 performances as Freddy, Mr. Boudreaux “captivates the audience with his beautiful voice.”

David has studied and worked with Fred Carama, William Vendice, Franz Boerlage, Gary Glaze, Raquel Cortina, and Ward Holmquist. He has performed with Los Angeles Opera, Long Beach Opera, New Orleans Opera and has concertized with Gulf Coast Opera and throughout California performing in “Three Tenors” concerts. In 2001, Mr. Boudreaux toured South America with his wife, Kelly Boudreaux, with the Musica Simfonia de los Angeles, and continues to concertize with Mrs. Boudreaux in a concert series “From Broadway to the Met.” He performed as a soloist on the internationally televised “The Hour of Power with Robert Schuller” and performed as part of the Sandy Hook Benefit Concert in West Hartford. Mr. Boudreaux is a cantor at St. Brigid Catholic Church and is married to soprano, Kelly Boudreaux. They reside in Bloomfield, CT, with their three children.