David moved to Boston in 2015 from Washington DC after finishing a PhD in Physics from the University of Maryland, and has since been working as a research scientist at a variety of local high tech startups involving electric vehicles and novel energy storage and transmission technologies. Before that, David completed a BM in French Horn performance and a BA in Physics from Lawrence University & Conservatory in Appleton, Wisconsin in 2009, and spent 2010 living and performing in a variety of groups in Vienna Austria, including traditional Austro-Hungarian hunting horn ensembles. Since moving to Boston, David has enjoyed restarting his horn playing endeavors, and performs currently with the Dudley House Orchestra at Harvard and the Brookline Symphony, and has regularly performed with the Bay Colony Brass, Mercury Orchestra, Longwood Symphony and many others in the Boston area. During graduate school, David performed full time with the University of Maryland's graduate music student orchestra, and won the 2013 International Horn Society's South East Workshop's solo competition. Key teachers include James DeCorsey, Kendall Betts, Greg Miller, Gabrielle Finke, and Peter Keseru.