In addition to David’s advertised performances, his touring dates include concerts that are “under the radar”.
These are private, invitation-only events, and are often held in peoples’ homes for a small group of friends. Sometimes they are presented by a charity as a way to thank major donors for their support, or as a means of raising money.
For instance, on October 3, 2015, David soloed with the Rockford IL Symphony in Tchaikovsky’s Concerto No. 1, then on October 5 he played an in-home concert in Bloomfield Hills, MI for 20 donors to The Pink Fund cancer charity. October 6 found him at the Louis Meisel Gallery in New York for a private event hosted by prominent television producer Ed Zuckerman. On October 8 he played an after-dinner concert at the home of Indianapolis property developer Doug Rose to acknowledge supporters of a high school.
In May of 2016, in addition to his public concerts, David did a private performance for major donors to the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix and a special presentation to students at Cass Technical High School in Detroit.
David’s schedule is filled with such diverse activities throughout the U.S. His upcoming U.S. availability is in early November 2016 and mid-May through mid-June 2017
These are very audience-friendly and accessible, with a vast repertoire available, ranging from classics to classic rock. Imagine hearing Beethoven’s “Appassionata”, Chopin’s Polonaise, Rhapsody In Blue, and Stairway To Heaven on the same program, and you will have an idea of the eclectic nature of these thrilling programs.
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