“David is a great clarinet teacher, and he is extremely experienced, friendly, and professional. One thing that I like about David’s teaching is that he is very good at explaining concepts in ways that are easy to follow. His tips and techniques helped me improve my playing without ever feeling frustrated or confused. I would definitely recommend David as a teacher for clarinet players of all skill levels.”

-Geunbi, student (8th grade)

“Our son has worked with David for three years during middle school. We are so grateful to have met such a talented and kind teacher! Our son has enjoyed working with David while demonstrating steady progress in his clarinet playing. We especially enjoyed their duet performances. Highly recommend David for clarinet lessons!”

-Sunho Lee, parent

“David is an extraordinary clarinetist with a highly creative spirit…On the playing side, he possesses a virtuoso technique, great dynamic range and control, a lovely round sound, and a working knowledge and command over the clarinet repertoire. I feel sure that David is en route to a highly successful career as a performer of both traditional and contemporary literature, and as a prominent artist-teacher. He is highly intelligent, with an inquiring mind and will be able to bring his wide-ranging knowledge of clarinet repertoire together with his people skills and intelligence to become an excellent caring teacher.”

Michael Norsworthy, Clarinetist, Technician, Educator

“I had the pleasure of working with David Angelo at the Contemporary Performance Institute this summer. He is an outstanding player and colleague who possesses a complete technique, a soulful tone, and he can count! Among other pieces we performed together, he did a memorable job on Charles Wuorinen’s New York Notes. Need a clarinetist? Get David Angelo.”

Fred Sherry, Professor of Cello at the Juilliard School

I can only agree with my distinguished colleagues when searching for words of praise to describe David Angelo. He excelled in the contemporary chamber music groups I had the pleasure to coach.  David exhibits grace and ease, not only in his playing, but also in his interactions with others. What a delightful musician and person!”

Sharan Leventhal, violinist Marimolin, Kepler Quartet, Gramercy Trio, Professor, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Berklee College of Music

“David is a very serious, talented and hardworking player.  He has a beautiful sound with a sensitive and musical vibrato, and his technique is excellent. David has a very natural and musical approach to everything he plays and his sense of phrase shape and the long line is unusually developed in such a young player.”

Jonathan Cohler, Clarinetist, and Conductor