David Moore, a vocal acrobat who soars from the dance floors of Europe with his House music productions, to his all-inspiring Gospel concerts as well as Classical music with ease. His is an outstanding talent that stands out from crowds of gimmicks, flashy clothes and pretty faces.
Credited by many as having one of today’s most spectacular voices, vocalist and songwriter David Moore has seen thousands rise to their feet for his inspiring, powerhouse performances. His audiences have included the King and Queen of Sweden, Heads of State and U.S. ambassadors.
Born in Pittsburgh, PA, David called Stuttgart, Germany, home for many years, and Bochum, Germany, is his current residence. A graduate of the University of Berkley (Berkley, CA), he has a Bachelors Degree in Information Systems and a Masters Degree in Personnel Management from the University of Maryland in Virginia.
In 1980 David joined the U.S. Air Force. This provided him the opportunity to expand his cultural awareness of the world. He spent most of his time in Europe: Turkey, Greece, Spain, Italy, Germany, but was also stationed in Australia, Korea, the Philippines and Central America.
David started his musical career in 1993. Through a chance meeting with legendary musical producer Sir Cameron Mackintosh, he landed a role in the original German cast of Miss Saigon in Stuttgart. Within a year he had taken over one of the leading roles (John). Soon there after, he was chosen by Andrew Lloyd Webber to star as Papa in the 10 year anniversary run of Starlight Express. In 2009, David returned by special request to Starlight Express in Bochum to revive his role as Papa for the 25th anniversary, remaining until 2016.
In addition to those icons already mentioned, David has also worked with greats like Vernon Mound (dec’d) or Harold Prince to name others. He’s been seen in leading roles in more than 17 major musicals, thus carving himself a permanent place in the European musicals scene.
Not satisfied with just musicals, he has shared the stage with some of the greatest artists in the business such as Joe Cocker, Tracy Chapman, Tina Turner, The Weather Girls, La Bouche, Jessye Norman, Tom Novy and Mousse T. He even represented the USA at the closing ceremony of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece.
In 2017, David completed his debut as director with the new production of the musical MONSTER HIGH LIVE by Thomas Schwab.
In 2019, David fulfilled his longtime dream of combining his passion for cooking with his singing talent resulting in the entertaining cooking show Music, Meals & Moore. Following the lead, he founded in 2020 Moore than Spice with diverse seasoning mixes and sauces, most based on family recipes. In 2021, the next component followed: his first, autobiographical cookbook The Art of Breaking Bread.