Jonathan David, composer

BIO

Jonathan David, composer photo
click on photo to download a high resolution copy

Jonathan David, composer photo
click on photo to download a high resolution copy

Jonathan David, composer
click on photo to download a high resolution copy

Jonathan David, composer
click on photo to download a high resolution copy

 

SHORT BIO

Jonathan David was raised in New York City and currently lives in Chapel Hill, NC.

This August Jonathan’s first commercial CD will be recorded, featuring the complete solo vocal works with piano. This September his setting of Zsuzsanna Ardó’s Mirror, Mirror will debut as part of a multi-media installation at the European Parliament. Most recently his Sederunt, commissioned for the DePauw University Chamber Singers, had its European premiere in the Cathedral of Notre Dame-Paris. His All My Heart This Night Rejoices was the winning work in the 2015 New England Carol Contest.

The Atlanta Young Singers have commissioned a new work from Jonathan for treble chorus, TBB soloists, and double bass, to be premiered in May 2017. He has been commissioned previously by the New York Treble Singers, Duke University, Marble Collegiate Church, the Manhattan Wind Ensemble, soprano Amy Bartram, and baritone Daniel Neer, among others.

Jonathan has served as Composer-in- Residence for The Greenwich Village Singers, Music Director for the chamber chorus, Howl!, and was a founding member of the pioneering new music chorus, C4, the Choral omposer/Conductor Collective. He serves on the judging panel for the Annual ASCAP/Deems Taylor Awards. Jonathan’s music is published by Oxford University Press and See-A- Dot Music, and is also available through his website, www.jonathandavidmusic.com. (July, 2016)

email: jd@JonathanDavidMusic.com


LONG BIO

Jonathan David was raised in New York City and currently lives in Chapel Hill, NC.

This August Jonathan’s first commercial CD will be recorded, featuring the complete solo vocal works with piano. This September his setting of Zsuzsanna Ardó’s Mirror, Mirror will debut as part of a multi-media installation at the European Parliament. (In 2015, his Tears, Apples and Stones, was featured in an installation by Ardó at Westminster Palace in London.) Most recently, his Sederunt, commissioned for the DePauw University Chamber Singers, was taken on tour to France, where it had its European premiere in the Cathedral of Notre Dame-Paris. His All My Heart This Night Rejoices was the winning work in the 2015 New England Carol Contest.

The Atlanta Young Singers have commissioned a new work from Jonathan for treble chorus, TBB soloists, and double bass, to be premiered in May 2017. He has been commissioned previously by the New York Treble Singers, Duke University, Marble Collegiate Church, the Manhattan Wind Ensemble, soprano Amy Bartram, baritone

Daniel Neer, and saxophonist David Wozniak, among others. His choral music has been performed by the Princeton Singers, Brooklyn Youth Chorus Academy, Glen Ellyn Children’s Chorus, Cerddorion Vocal Ensemble, and Cascadian Chorale, among others. He has also composed several works of music-theatre, including Bronx Express, which ran to critical acclaim at the 2005 New York International Fringe Festival.

Jonathan has served as Composer-in- Residence for The Greenwich Village Singers, Music Director for the chamber chorus, Howl!, and was a founding member of the pioneering new music chorus, C4, the Choral Composer/Conductor Collective. His Stabat Mater is featured on C4’s debut CD. He serves on the judging panel for the Annual ASCAP/Deems Taylor Awards for best classical music writing. From 2005-2011 he was the Classical Editor for the internet music service, Napster. Jonathan’s music is published by Oxford University Press and See-A- Dot Music, and is also available through his website, www.jonathandavidmusic.com. (July, 2016)

email: jd@JonathanDavidMusic.com