Teaches Saxophone, Flute
Areas of Instruction
David Lindberg hails from the Baltimore area of the DMV and has been playing the Saxophone for 19 years. Having been brought up by a musically inclined family, it wasn’t long before he started expressing his love for music through singing in the children’s choir at his church. Upon his voice changing he decided to continue his musical endeavors by picking up the Saxophone at age 9. His interest in jazz came about while riding around with his grandfather, in an old school Dodge Plymouth, listening to NPR’s various Jazz segments. Even though he was accepted into Baltimore School of the Arts, he attended Archbishop Curley High School where he was featured on one of three albums released by the schools jazz ensemble.
Upon gaining admission into Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, David received a Full Scholarship and participated in the Incomparable “Marching 100” Marching Band as well as Various Concert Ensembles and Jazz Ensembles. After receiving a Bachelors of Science in Music, following the Music Education Curriculum, he began his Teaching career and continued his career as a professional musician. David has been teaching progressive music lessons for Woodwind Instruments through the Music and Arts Company for close to 4 years. And although he is currently only teaching 3 days out of the week(Monday, Tuesday and Saturday) at 2 different Music and Arts locations(Bowie and Ellicott City), David is looking to expand on his lesson studio to include Thursday and Friday, hopefully at a location in dire need of woodwind lesson teachers to include Laurel, Rockville, and both North and South Frederick Locations(fingers crossed). In terms of Notable performances, David has opened for Natalie Cole at The Kennedy Center in D.C., performed with BeBe Winans at The Lincoln Theater in D.C., performed at venues such as the Ritz Carlton and the MGM in D.C., and works with a number of bands, music groups and productions in the DMV area.
“Music is a universal language, a plethora of emotions and a form of release. Through our music I want for all to communicate with each other in love for a better society, to inspire young musicians/artists to not only hone there craft but share it with the world, and to shed all of life’s trials and tribulations when in the atmosphere of the Music and the Vibe!”