At the age of six, David started his musical career with classical percussion in the "Ecole de Musique Echternach", not far away from his small hometown Consdorf. The last few years he specialized in jazz music without ever losing sight of his classical origins.
At the moment, he is doing a 1-year voluntary service in the "Escuela Popular de Artes" in Achupallas, a poor neighborhood of Chile's fourth biggest city Vina del Mar. (find more information on vinadelmar.blog)
- Electronics vs. Acounstics - bandleader/vibraphone/keyboards
- Parsons/Hoffmann/Pweckels Quartett - drums
- Marionetten Jazz - vibraphone
- Young Minds - drums
- "Interregionales Sinfonisches Blasorchester Eifel-Adrennen"
- Miroirs - Video/Music project with Michelle Kleyr, Nik Bohnenberger, Christophe and Caroline Mirkes
- 1st price @ "Snare Drum Plus" International Snare Drum Competition by AXENT (2010)
With Boris Dinev, one of Luxembourg's finest percussionists and drummers, David developed a solid base in classical music, allowing him until today to participate in different classical projects. Afterwards around 2010, he is introduced by George Letellier to the world of jazz music, his future passion. Starting with and afterwards concentrating on the vibraphone, David also is an experienced drummer. In the jazz department of his music school, he was fortunate to improve on both drums and the vibraphone with international luxembourgish artists like Marc Demuth, Jerome Klein, Benoit Martiny and Maxime Bender. He participated in the "5 Day Intense Drum Workshop" in NYC and took lessons with David Friedman, Simone Rubino, Tyler Blanton, Paul Wiltgen and many more. Before leaving for this 1-year voluntary service in music school in Chile, David played in numerous projects and bands inside and outside of Luxembourg.