David Malis

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David Malis (1957) is an American operatic baritone. In 1985 he won the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World contest.[1] His roles include Mozart's Papageno.[2]


  1. ^ American Wins Singing Contest July 3, 1985 | From Associated Press "Baritone David Malis, who performs with the San Francisco Opera, won the second Cardiff Singer of the World competition sponsored by the British Broadcasting Corp. Jutta Bokor of Hungary won second prize and Yue Liu of China and Anne Williams King of Wales were joint third prize winners. Malis, 28, from La Grange, Ga., received $3,900, a crystal commemorative bowl and the opportunity to appear on BBC television and radio."
  2. ^ Opera Canada - Volume 32 1991 - Page 54 "The opera's quotient of pure craziness was assured by baritone David Malis as Papageno, the love-lorn, bird-brained ."