David Wilson (BMus, Mmus) is a Singer, Conductor, Voice Teacher, Senior Yoga Instructor/Teacher Trainer, Breath Therapist and creator of Body, Breath & Voice Integrative Therapy and The Wilson Method for Voice.

He is recognized across Canada as the leading authority on the use of Yoga, Functional Vocal Work and Breath Therapy to aid healthy singing and speaking techniques.

He has served as Artistic Director of Vocal Alchemy, Edmonton Recorder Orchestra, The Calgary Renaissance Singers & Players (with whom he organized and conducted the Alberta premier of Thomas Tallis’ 40-part motet “Spem in Alium” and created their first CD) and Debut Opera Society, conducting Messiah, La Bohème, Carmen, La Traviata, Suor Angelica.

David is the founder and former Artistic Director of Calgary’s Spiritus Chamber Choir – winning the “International Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award” for their first or two CDs, "Crossing Bridges".

David received the Alberta Choral Federation’s Con Spirito Award in 1997, and in 2004 was invited to the Évora Cathedral Music School in Portugal to present his Master's Thesis, 'Manuel Cardoso'. Singing experience includes the Edmonton Opera Chorus for four seasons, the Banff Centre for the Arts Penderecki Festival, Duruflé Requiem, as Cinderella’s Prince/Wolf for Into the Woods, and in numerous University of Alberta performances.

He runs a busy home studio and offers workshops to choirs, orchestras, singers, actors, teachers, dancers and office professionals on vocal power, creative freedom, anxiety relief, respiratory health, core strength, somatic movement and public speaking.

David currently holds positions with Edmonton Musical Theatre, Cowtown Opera Summer Academy, the University of Alberta, and the Theatre Arts program at MacEwan University.

His DVD/Book, The Wilson Method for Voice will be released in 2019.

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