Pianist and composer David Hanlon is a member of the Anechoic and Tactus Contemporary Ensembles, with whom he
has performed as a soloist and ensemble member in works such as Rzewski's De Profundis, Reich's Music for 18 Musicians, Xenakis's Palimpsest, and the American premiere of Michael Gordon's Decasia. He has also played with Newband in Harry Partch's Oedipus, the first staged production of the work since its first performance.
David regularly travels to Egypt to perform recitals of classical, contemporary, and improvised works and to study Arabic music on the 'oud. A trained actor and director, he takes particular delight in participating in theatrical performances and writing theatrical music. He graduated from Wesleyan with a double major in Classics and Music and earned his Masters at Manhattan School of Music.
Participation in CCi Events: Serial Underground Sep, Aug 2005
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Last Update 03/15/2007