David Tanenbaum

David Tanenbaum has performed throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, the Soviet Union and China.  He has been heard with the London Sinfonietta, the Kronos Quartet and the Steve Reich Ensemble, and has been a featured soloist at many festivals, including those in Bath, Luzern, Frankfurt and the 2nd American Classical Guitar Congress, for which he served as President.  Among the works written for him is Hans Werner Henze's guitar concerto "An Eine Äolsharfe," which is dedicated to David Tanenbaum and his wife Julie.  Mr. Tanenbaum has performed with Hans Werner Henze throughout Europe with the composer conducting.

Tanenbaum is Chairman of the guitar department at San Francisco Conservatory, as well as artist-in-residence of Manhattan School of Music.  He has also recorded for Innova Digital Archive, GSP and Harmonia Mundi, and has edited guitar music for Schott, Chester, berben, Guitar Solo and ACA.

 

AUDIOFON RECORDINGS OF DAVID TANENBAUM:

CD 72029
 

David Tanenbaum - Royal Winter Music
  

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Hans Werner Henze - Royal Winter Music
    


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