What The Washington Post says:
Soloist in Handel’s Messiah w/Mount Vernon Unitarian
“Bass David Brundage …was particularly impressive in the cleanly executed
runs of the aria “Why Do the Nations So Furiously Rage Together.”
Soloist in Handel’s Messiah, The Kennedy Center’s annual Sing-a-Long
“Bass David Brundage brought nobility and energy to his part.”
Osmin in Mozart's Abduction from the Seraglio w/ 'In Series" of Washington DC
"Brundage was chosen for his deep resonant voice as well as his
considerable acting skill…and he nearly steals the show.”
Soloist in Mozart's Requiem w/ Washington Summer Sings
"... and Brundage sang musically polished solos, sparkling individually. As a
quartet they were superb. Brundage matched the upper voice’s angelic
tones for a mesmerizing effect during the fugue-like sections.
A powerful performance.”
Soloist in Handels’ Messiah, Kennedy Center’s annual Messiah Sing-a-Long
“ … and David Brundage were among the engaging soloists.”
Soloist in Handel’s Solomon w/Maryland Handel Festival
“David Brundage…showed firm, accurate intonation.”
Commendatore in Don Giovanni w/Summer Opera
"Brundage's Commendatore had the proper statuesque qualities."
Jabez Stone in The Devil and Daniel Webster w/Opera Theatre of Northern
“The struggle for Stone’s soul is intensely dramatic and…dazzled the
Soloist in Vino & Verdi w/Alexandria Choral Society
"Brundage gave stalwart, note‑perfect and well‑articulated performances of
some of Verdi’s best bass arias.”
Across the Nation
Soloist in Verdi's Requiem w/Hudson Valley Philharmonic
Randall Craig Fleischer - conductor
"Stirring performance that drew a capacity audience. In the 'Dies Irae,' Brundage's resonant bass in the higher range trembled with fear. The soloists also joined in poignant trio and quartet passages."
James F. Cotter, (Poughkeepsie) Times Herald Record
Soloist in Verdi's Requiem w/Midland Symphony
Carlton R. Woods - conductor
"An extraordinary performance. The four vocal soloists added more highlights to the concert. Brundage had a colorful voice that spoke beautifully in reserved tones, particularly in the haunting repetition of 'Mors...mors'. It was a stellar evening."
Grover B. Proctor Jr., The Saginaw News
Sparafucile in Rigoletto w/Lake Charles Symphony
William Kushner - conductor
"The four principal guest singers were engaging and a joy to see and hear. Brundage lent an oily dignity to the part of the assassin, like a smiling maitre d, serving up murder. His character's ironic humor achieved one of the few audible laughs in what is otherwise a rather grim story."
James Quick, The American Press
Monterone in Verdi’s Rigoletto w/ Chattanooga Symphony and Opera
“Handling…with fine voice and dramatic skills...bass David Brundage, pivotal as the brooding Count Monterone who utters the ominous curse.”
Nikki Hasden, Chattanooga Times Free Press
Commendatore in Don Giovanni w/Opera Delaware
“David Brundage…has an extraordinary bass voice.”
Caryl Huffaker, The Kennet Paper
Sarastro in Mozart's Magic Flute w/ Annapolis Opera
"Bass David Brundage conveyed the proper dignity and spirituality."
Mary Johnson, The Sun in Anne Arundel
Sarastro in Mozart's Magic Flute w/ " In Series" of Washington DC
"…David Brundage's almost subterranean "Dr." Sarastro..."
The Washington Times
Commendatore in Mozart's Don Giovanni w/ Toledo Opera
"Brundage, as Il Commendatore, lived up to his stage name in all ways."
Sally Vallongo, The Blade
Simone in Gianni Schicchi w/Sylvan Opera
"Standing out in the big cast were David Brundage as Simone..."
Robert Baxter, (Cherry Hill, NJ) Courier-Post
Capulet in Romeo and Juliette w/Virginia Opera
"The cast was one of the strongest and most uniform the company has presented. There are numerous roles that are vital to the success of Gounod's opera. The lowest voices were in the capable hands of Brundage as Capulet..."
Paul Sayegh, The Virginian Pilot