David Phillips' interpretations of
composers as varied as Mozart, Beethoven and
Schubert have garnered him wide acclaim and
invitations to appear with notable
institutions such as The Armenian
Philharmonic,The San Antonio Symphony and
The Dubrovnik Symphony. He has performed
under such conductors as Ruben Asatrian,
Michael Morgan, Vincent Zitto, Zlatan Srzic.
Mr. Phillips has also performed in venerable
concert halls such as Khachiturian Hall,
Armenia; and Rector's Palace, Croatia. In
the U.S., he has performed at Carnegie Hall;
The Warton Center for The Performing Arts,
Lansing, Michigan; Watson Fine Arts Center
Theater, San Antonio Texas; The Yachats
Music Festival, Oregon, and many others.
Phillips' mastery of the piano has also
been noted by the U.S. Department of State.
Its Bureau of Educational and Cultural
Affairs invited him to appear on
international tours to Armenia, and Croatia.
In addition to performing solo recitals on
these tours, Phillips appeared as a soloist
with both the Armenian Philharmonic and the
Dubrovnik Symphony. He also led master
classes at the Sayat Nova Music Academy and
the Zagreb Conservatory in Croatia.
Recently, Phillips performed on the Rite
of Spring Great Performers Concert series in
New York City. He has also given solo
recitals at the Old First Concert Series in
San Francisco, Florida's Key West Pops
Orchestra, the Donnell Library Concert
Series as well as Trinity Concert Series,
both in New York City.
Mr. Phillips has led master classes at
notable schools as The Sayat Nova Music
Academy in Armenia, among others.
David Phillips has studied under Daniel
and Marilyn Eller, Dady Mehta, Lorie Glaze,
Kenneth Drake and coached with Jeanne
Stark-Iochmanns and Peter Serkin and Ian