David Faleris (b. 1982, Annapolis, Md.) is an American composer, trombonist, educator, and administrator
After completing his undergraduate work at Boston College (B.A. music), David returned to his home state of Maryland to study with James Olin at The Peabody Institute of The Johns Hopkins University (M.M. trombone performance). He returned to Boston and served as program administrator for the Boston University Tanglewood Institute while teaching at Boston College and freelancing as a composer and trombonist.
After eight years, David set out to pursue his long-time passion of composing for visual media by way of Berklee College of Music (M.M., post-graduate fellowship, scoring for film, television, and video games) in Valencia, Spain. He currently resides in Glasgow, UK, where he is composing for both visual media the concert hall while working for Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
Works for Winds
- Fantasy on "Die Zauberflöte"
- Monarch Metamorphosis and Migration (2011)
- Of Chivalry and Valor (2014)
- The Skies Above Lexington Market
- David Faleris website Accessed 26 July 2019
- Heritage Encyclopedia of Band Music. "David Faleris." Accessed 26 July 2019