About the Artist

David had his Carnegie Hall debut at the age of seventeen. Having taught himself to play piano at the age of eight, he went on to perform as a laureate of the American Protege International Piano and Strings Competition 2013.

You may have also seen David perform at:

Forest Hills Library, 

Flushing Town Hall,

Hillcrest Jewish Center,

Museum of the American Piano,

Fundraising Concerts​.

David obtained his Bachelors of Music degree from Manhattan School of Music and his Masters of Music degree from Aaron Copland School of Music, where he stayed an extra year to receive his Chamber Music Certificate. David has been making music for nearly 25 years.



David is a phenomenal teacher. He understands his students and has enormous patience to teach at every age and every level. His sincere dedication to his students and their progress is the most impressive. Couldn’t ask for better!

Joseph S.

I love to sing Yiddish theater music and I found the best pianist to work with, most humble guy and best prices.

Yanky Lichtman

David sat and taught my children with patience and fun from the very beginning. David is a great teacher who engages both of my sons, makes lessons interesting, while at the same time challenging them to reach new goals and improve their skills. I highly recommend him if you are looking to give your child a wonderful opportunity at a lifelong skill

The Vider Family


Over a Decade of Teaching Excellence

I believe that each student is unique and, as such, each lesson is tailored to your individual needs.

A three-year-old playing piano? Well, prepare to be amazed! I've worked with many children, the youngest being three, and have watched them progress into talented pianists. Being involved in piano pedagogy for over a decade, I love to impart the piano experience in a warm and fun manner--yes, I do rely on my sense of humor for my youngest protégés. Every student, whether age three or one-hundred-and-three, gets an individually tailored curriculum


(718) 551-6778

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