"David Srebnik has a deep knowledge of virtually every aspect of the arts business. His advice and guidance have been indispensable to me, and I would recommend his expertise to any serious musician as they develop and sustain a career in music."
Frank Almond holds the Charles and Marie Caestecker Concertmaster Chair at the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. “Plucked,” a new documentary about the theft of his Stradivarius, premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival in April, 2019.
"David Srebnik has an enormous understanding of the classical music world. His exquisite values and well-known dedication set him apart from all others in both the world of music broadcast and the important task of preserving taste and style in the cultural domain we all share."
These virtuoso musicians and showmen have redefined the art of the concert with charismatic arrangements and their complete mastery of the standard Brass repertoire.
"David has a keen insight that allows him to easily keep his finger on the pulse of modern American music, its movements and evolution. His musical intuition and eye for detail are both golden and rare. I have come to fondly appreciate his ability to build and maintain relationships."
Valerie Coleman is a flutist and composer whose recent works have been performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Atlanta Symphony orchestra.
Los Angeles Guitar Quartet
"David Srebnik is a passionate advocate for all that is uplifting and transformative in artistic expression. He has a remarkable ability to help creative artists discover their own unique gifts, and to help them communicate them to potential audiences. With his vast experience in music media and culture, he brings all his talents to bear on broadening the exposure of his select group of clients, and his detail-oriented and personal touch makes him a joy to work with.”
These four distinctly accomplished musicians bring contemporary insight to music of today and with their critically acclaimed transcriptions of music from the past 500 years.
"David Srebnik in the past few years has developed a fresh new way of presenting artists in their best light. His quiet, thoughtful conversations with the movers and shakers of the music world have given him a vast knowledge of the current state of classical music, and with that knowledge, he generates unique connections across the genre."
Composer, French Horn soloist, and member of the Imani Winds, Jeff Scott composes music merging multiple genres into musical soundscapes powered by energetic rhythms and melodies.
"Besides being a consummate broadcaster, David Srebnik is passionate, positive, and indefatigable about advancing the cause of artistry among living musicians and composers. When the world says no, David says yes!"
Michael Torke’s music has been called "some of the most optimistic, joyful and thoroughly uplifting music to appear in recent years" (Gramophone).
"2017 marked a very special anniversary - the centennial of my late violin teacher Dorothy DeLay. I was thrilled that David agreed to host it for me, and what a wonderful host he was! He kept the event light, fast paced, intelligent and witty.
In addition to hosting, David was an immense help getting the event the utmost visibility via social media and personal connections. He identified the soul of the project and came up with creative ways that generated maximum awareness.
His trademark, unique way with words was extremely beneficial in creating compelling press materials, and he designed a razor sharp pitch that perked interest from major media outlets that covered the event.
The Dorothy DeLay Centennial Celebration at Le Poisson Rouge in New York sold out, and was a big success and the audience and its participants. The Dorothy DeLay family members in attendance were all delighted."
Known for his unending musical expression and virtuous capabilities, violinist Philippe Quint performs at the most important venues around the world. In one of his current projects, he’s introducing concert goers to the music of silent film icon, Charlie Chaplin.
"David has a truly comprehensive knowledge of the interview, and he's been on both ends of many over the course of his career. I came to him as an inexperienced interviewee-to-be and left feeling vastly more capable and informed, concerning everything from how to shape the content and steer the direction of an interview down to the subtle details of vocal delivery. I highly recommend David to anyone seeking to improve his or her interview skills for application in any context."
Ethan Foote is a bass player, band leader, composer, arranger and songwriter rooted in the traditions of Jazz, Western Classical Music and Folk.
"David has proven to be a most beneficial asset to the professional development seminars that are provided to the Artists in Residence Program at the Music Center at Strathmore. His input on interview techniques, re-writing artist bios, and his generosity of spirit with sharing his time above and beyond the seminar are truly exceptional."
A flagship program of Strathmore’s Institute for Artistic and Professional Development, the Artist in Residence (AIR) program supports artists as they transition to professional careers.
American composer Kenneth Fuchs writes concert music for orchestra, band, voice, chorus, chamber groups and musical theater. His fifth Naxos recording with the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by JoAnn Falletta, won the 2018 GRAMMY® award in the Best Classical Compendium category.