A young, accomplished musician, David Borman III understands that music has the true power to educate, inspire, and change people. With a lifelong goal of performing and conducting musical works that will leave a lasting impression on audiences, he studies music at the University of Louisville. In January of 2014, he served as the principal and soloist Euphonium for the Indiana Music Educators All-State Honor Band. In April of 2015, he made his Carnegie Hall debut on Euphonium and Trombone, and returned as a pianist and vocalist in 2018. In addition to being a skilled instrumentalist and vocalist, he is an active freelance conductor in the Southern Indiana and Louisville area. Currently, he serves as the assistant conductor for the Louisville Civic Orchestra. At the University of Louisville he enjoys performing with the Wind Ensemble. He has studied brass with Clinton McCanless, Dennis Akers, and Scott Cooksey and conducting with Alexandra Enyart, Kimcherie Lloyd, Jason Hart Raff, and Teddy Abrams.
David trains beginners to advanced students in Voice, Piano, Music Theory, Trumpet, French Horn, Euphonium/Baritone, Trombone, and Tuba.