Tenor, Darnell T. Roulhac is a native of Washington DC where he attended the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. He then went on to The Boston Conservatory where he obtained his Bachelor’s in Music. There he studied Vocal Performance under Thomas A. Gregg. Some of his performance credits include Gobin in La Rondine
; Monostatos in Die Zauberflote
;Ernest Diggle in Jerry Springer the Opera;
Benvolio in Roméo et Juliette;
and Peppe in Ruggero Leoncavallo’s Il Pagliacci.
As a teacher, Darnell values dramatic interpretation and performance skills. A supportive presence, Darnell is a wonderful instructor for those who want to not only unlock their voice, but also grab hold of their potential as performing artists. Although a classical singer himself, Darnell loves working with all styles of music to best support his students' goals.
Having been affiliated with world-renowned choirs, such as the DC Boys Choir and the Duke Ellington School of the Arts Show Choir, Darnell boasts countless performance credits and has garnered expertise from all over the world. Darnell has performed across the US and abroad, in such places as Germany, England, China, and France to name a few. A consummate professional performer, Darnell can currently be seen performing with the Washington National Opera.
Watch Darnell's performance in our 2015 Summer Showcase here