David Feurzeig’s music has been performed throughout the US and in New Zealand, Asia, and Europe. He was twice a featured guest at the International Composer’s Festival in Bangkok. His Songs of Love and Protest were premiered in Dresden’s fabled Semper Opera House for the city’s 800th jubilee in 2006. He has been awarded the Silver Medal of the Royal Academy of Arts (London), a Beebe fellowship, and grants from the American Composers Federation and Meet the Composer. He is an Associate Professor of Music at the University of Vermont, having held previous positions at Illinois State University and Centre College. Since moving to Vermont he has fulfilled commissions from the Vermont Contemporary Music Ensemble, the Bella Voce Women’s Choir, and the Vermont Symphony Orchestra. A pianist as well, he specializes in eclectic lecture-recitals featuring music from the classics to stride piano, jazz, and new music.