David Adele is a graduate of the Cal State University, Fullerton Music Department. His degrees, M.M. and B.M., are both with the emphasis in classical guitar performance. David has studied with Michael Giraldin, Rodrigo Rodriguez, and extensively with David Grimes throughout his twenty years of playing. He has also been instructed in over 20 different master-classes. Some of these master teachers include: Andrew York, William Kanengiser, David Leisner, Nikita Koshkin, John Duarte, Margarita Escarpa, Marc Teicholz, Ricardo Cobo and others.
David is also a member of the Denali Guitar Duo. This group began concertizing in 1999 and has performed throughout the S. California area. They have also been featured on a number of concert series. The Denali Guitar Duo can be seen playing every Fall and Spring at various colleges in the local area. Those dates are available on the homepage. Their Debut CD was released on September 19, 2002.
To my all my loyal fans: Thank you March 2 -
To my all my loyal fans: Thank you
March 2 -
From 1992-1998, David performed
in the Fullerton Guitar Quartet. During this time, he arranged a
number of pieces for guitar quartet including Tchaikovsky's The
Nutcracker Suite and Brahm's Hungarian Dance No. 5.
These arrangements are published by Doberman-Yppan.
David currently teaches guitar and guitar ensemble classes at Mt. San Antonio College and Santa Ana College. He also works with the largest importer of Spanish Handmade classical guitars, Almansa and Ruben Flores Models; providing 30-40% discounts on sales.
His debut Solo CD was released on July 1, 1998 and has the second Solo CD in the works. Sit back and enjoy the versatile sounds of classical guitar!