David Jagodic was born in Kranj (Slovenia). After completing his composition studies at the conservatory of Music and Ballet in Ljubljana, he enrolled at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna. He attended numerous classes by Claudia Visca and Robert Holl and specialized in “Kunstlied” and Oratorio.
2012 he debued at the summer festival OperOderSpree. Since this performance he interpreted Alonso in Schubert’s „Die Freunde von Salamanca“, Fridolin in Nestroy’s „Tannhäuser“ at the Rheinsberg opera festival, Alfred in Strauß’s „Fledermaus“, Lensky in Tschaikowsky’s Eugene Onegin, Joabel in Charpentier’s „David et Jonathas“, Ferrnando in Mozart’s „Così fan tutte“, Don Ottavio in Mozart’s „Don Giovanni“ and Schamasch in Clemencic’s „Gilgamesch“.
In 2011 he won first place at the Bruna Špiler competition in Montenegro. Beside his engagements he managed to attend masterclasses by Piotr Beczala, Snezana Nena Brzaković and Peter Maus.