Greeting from the young Composer
Gemeinsam (Together), excerpt, sung by C3LA during pandemic lockdown 2020, recorded separately and edited together; Fahad Siadat, conductor track.
Now the Hazy Mirage sung by C3LA 2019 conducted by Alexandra Grabarchuk
Goodnight Moon All the pages of the book, sung by the SGVCS Children’s Choir,Zanaida Robles
LIfeboat Variations, Royal Symphonic Wind Band Vooruit Harelbeke (cond.
Erik Desimpelaere) at the finals of the ICCH contest 2019
Nigun Prophecy, St. Mary’s U. of Minnesota Concert Band and singers,
conducted by the composer
Chanukah Tonight, Sing Out Toronto, with Dancers and choral gesture!
Chanukah Tonight, Chanukah Tonight!
Stroudsburg High School Concert Choir and Chamber Orchestra
Janice E. Lee and Lisa A. Rogers, conductors
Hill Dance, Band, University of North Texas Wind Ensemble, Jack Eaddy (candid).
Hill Dance for clarinet choir, the Ebonists, England, 2015
Hill Dance for clarinet choir, performed by a large group at ClarinetFest in Lawrence, Kansas USA 2016, conducted by Stephan Vermeersch of D’Addario Clarinets.
David Avshalomov explains his piece for concert band, The Lifeboat Variations for the International Composition Contest Harelbeke (ICCH) 2019, where the piece took Third Prize after the premiere by the Koninklijk Harmonieorkest Vooruit Harelbeke under Erik Desimplaere.
Daniel Chaney, Sarah Goldman, Veronica Christenson, David Avshalomov, Connie Grisham/organ, “The Lamb” (Blake) and “The Shepherd”, St. George’s Episcopal, La Canada.June 26, 2016.
The Chocolate Carol, funny slideshow by my son Jesse, Torrance Civic Chorale/Burks
There’s A WindC3LA, 2019, David Rentz conducting
Sonata for Solo Harp, movements 1 and 2. Maria Casale, for whom it was written.
Diversion for Violin and Timpani, Mark Sliva and Jon Lou, Indiana U. (Intro from my middle section spliced on by George Gaber)
“Around the Year“, 4 seasonal miniatures. Winner of the Miles Playhouse”Debut” award 2005. Santa Monica Symphony Woodwind Quintet in concert.
“Around the Year,” pre-concert talk by the composer, Miles Playhouse.
Do You Believe in Angels? Premiere by Concerto Delle Donne and string orchestra at the Alabama School of the Arts, led by Laura Doss.
Avshalomov – Songs of Life/Death (Dickinson), 1-7
Torn Curtain , Suite for Viola and Piano, Dan Avshalomov, viola, Pamela Pyle, Piano
Albany, “Three Generations Avshalomov”
Elegy for Strings, Moscow Symphony Orchestra, conducted by the composer
Blue Sky, the album. Light jazz and early pop merge with classical touches and even bossa nova in this collection of original songs written and scored by composer David Avshalomov to lyrics by Meredith Kennedy, who sings them here. Purchase on CDBaby