• So I have a good news/bad news situation here for fans of my Zoom operas. The bad news: Hartford Opera Theatre isn’t going to be able to present the 3rd episode this November as part of their short opera festival as we had planned. The good news: they’re going to present the ENTIRE TRILOGY together some time in 2022.
    July 8, 2021Learn More
  • Baritone Michael Kelly and pianist Sunny Heesun Yun performed Grand Canyon at Southeastern Oklahoma State University on October 5 and Dallas College Eastfield on October 6.

    September 22, 2021Learn More
  • The world premiere of Adventures of the Mind Monkey for piano and percussion by Synchronicity took place on Saturday, October 9, 7:30 pm. St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church
    169 Fairmount Road, Ridgewood, NJ

    August 19, 2021About Synchronicity
  • CD cover 17 WindowsDavid’s CD Seventeen Windows has been recommended by Expedition Audio’s Paul Ballyk.

    July 8, 2021Get the CD on Amazon

David Wolfson is a composer, music director, arranger, pianist and copyist who lives in New York City. He graduated from the Cleveland Institute of Music in 1985, and in that same year was the first recipient of the newly established Darius Milhaud Award and won the Bascom Little Fund’s Musical Theatre Composition Competition for his short opera Rainwait. After many years attending the school of hard knocks, he transferred to Hunter College, graduating with an MA in music composition in 2013, and in 2018 was granted his PhD in composition by Rutgers University.

His compositional output has included music for dance and trans-disciplinary performance and incidental music for plays; opera, musicals, children’s musicals and comedy songs; song cycles, chamber music and music for orchestra; and one memorable score for an amusement park big-headed costumed character show.

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