Ep.55 David Ciucevich – Overcoming a Spiritual Awakening

Excerpts:

  • Tragedy can make you bitter or better.
  • It was all about me – I wanted to be a hero.
  • Schoenberg’s error.
  • Effortless mastery.
  • DavidCiucevich.com

With a diverse portfolio of talents (clarinetist, operatic tenor, saxophonist, guitarist, flutist, musicologist, conductor), David Ciucevich enjoys a varied, fulfilling life and career as a musician. In January 2018, David made his Carnegie Hall debut singing Tenor I with The Cleveland Orchestra and Chorus in Haydn’s The Seasons. He has taught clarinet and played with many orchestras in Ohio, Massachusetts, New York City, Colorado, and Wyoming and with Broadway touring productions including South Pacific, West Side Story, and The Phantom of the Opera. David is also a Certified Hypnotist through the National Guild of Hypnotists specializing in issues for musicians.

A native of Savannah, GA, David holds a MM in Clarinet Performance and Music History from the University of Northern Colorado. His teachers include legendary Cleveland Orchestra clarinetists Robert Marcellus and Theodore Johnson and their students Mark Nuccio and Bil Jackson. David’s first cousin is the beloved American lyricist, singer, and composer Johnny Mercer. For more information, contact davidciucevich.com