Faculty Artist Series: SF Conservatory of Music
Monday, April 22, 2013
David Garner is a graduate of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. He was chairman of the department of musicianship and music theory for 15 years, and received the 1997 George Sarlo Excellence in Teaching Award. Mr. Garner studied piano with Virginia Danforth, Beatrice Beauregard and Nathan Schwartz, and cello with Priscilla Parsons and Roman Dukson. His music has been performed widely in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, from New York City to Tokyo. His piano music has been performed in competitions in Latvia and Russia. Mr. Garner has received commissions from numerous soloists, from Volti, Citywinds, and QUADRE, among other ensembles. He has written vocal chamber music in Spanish, Catalan, German, Renaissance Italian, Modern Greek and Japanese. Mr. Garner is a member of American Composers Forum and NACUSA, and is represented by BMI.
New Music by David Garner.
Notes from Persia