David Rosenmeyer is now in his sixth season as the Oratorio Society of New York’s Associate Conductor. He has led the Society in Carnegie Hall performances of Britten’s Te Deum (2010) Fauré’s Cantique de Jean Racine (2008) and Stravinsky’s Mass (2007), which marked his Carnegie Hall debut. He also conducted the orchestra of the Society in Poulenc’s Concerto for Organ, Strings, and Timpani during its 2007 tour of Hungary. Mr. Rosenmeyer is also Music Director of the Choral Arts Society and the University Singers at NYU.

Last season, Mr. Rosenmeyer made his debut with the Bellas Opera Company of Mexico City, leading a staged gala at the Cervantino Festival. He returned to the Bellas Opera this past summer to conduct the finals gala of its Morelli Opera Competition. In New York, he led the Bleecker Street Opera’s production of The Barber of Seville, Handel’s Serse with Pocket Opera of New York, and Carmen with the New York Lyric Opera.

From 2003–2009, Mr. Rosenmeyer served as Music Director of the Bach Society of Columbia University; highlights of his tenure included the New York premiere of Guarnieri’s Missa Diligite. From 2005–2010, he was the Music Director of Horizon Concerts, an outreach program that brings classical music to New York City schools. In 2007, he was music director for the famed Salzburg Marionette Theater’s new production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music, which it took on a tour of the US. In 2002, he was music director and pianist for the world premiere of The Sandman, an opera by Thomas Cabaniss that was directed by David Herskovits in a production by Target Margin Theater, an experimental theater company of which he is now a member.