“Created a mood that was mysterious and beautiful.”                                                                                                                      — The Washington Post

        “Spontaneous and completely unique … it was hard not to be wowed; the audience certainly was.”
                       — Washington City Paper

          “A great addition to the festival — a unique performer whose violin always draws a crowd.”                                                              — Sunny Sumter,  Executive Director, DC Jazz Festival

photo credit: Maggie Picard

photo credit: Maggie Picard

Playing his Zeta electric violin through a loop station, David creates layers of strings that shimmer and sway over frolicsome latin grooves — or that evoke jazz soundscapes, and lost memories. Selections from David’s debut album, “Quiet Life Motel,” have been heard nationally on NPR’s Weekend Edition, Also active as a composer and live solo musician for Dance, David has performed his original scores with PearsonWidrig Dance Theater and Uprooted Dance at the Kennedy Center.

David and his Quiet Life Motel trio are favorites at the  DC Jazz Festival’s events at The Phillips Collection. Dance commissions include  original scores for Stephanie Miracle (Dance Place, Clarice Smith Center), Dance Exchange (Artisphere), Uprooted Dance (Kennedy Center Millenium Stage),  Daniel Burkholder, Nancy Havlik (National Portrait Gallery Kogod Courtyard)), and PearsonWidrig Dance Theater (Kennedy Center Millennium Stage, Middlebury College, VT, Governor’s Island, NYC). David  is currently Musician-in-Residence for the internationally known Dance Exchange. Radio projects include creating and recording theme music for national programs including “The Story” and  “Interfiath Voices.” His music was featured in The Studio Theater’s spring 2013 production of “Skin Tight.”

 For bookings call 301 908 4511, or email schulmancreative-at-gmail-dot-com.


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