David Bozzo is a catalan composer from Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona, Spain) born in 1980.
He studied at the Conservatori Municipal de Música de Barcelona in Barcelona (Spain) with the composers Xavier Boliart, Albert Sardà and Carles Guinovart among others, and at the Conservatori Superior de Música Salvador Seguí de Castelló in Castellón de la Plana (Valencia, Spain) with maestro Ferrer Ferran and the composers Claudia Montero, César Cano and Emilio Calandín among others.
David Bozzo has also studied violin at those conservatories with Francesc Guarné, Iwona Burzinska and maestro Eduardo Arnau. His work ‘Recitatiu i Fuga EAG’ for violin solo, edited by Clivis Publicacions and reviewed and premiered by the violinist Francisco Jimeno, is an homage to his violin teacher Eduardo Arnau.
His works, including two string quartets and a Violin Concerto has been performed in UK and Spain where he has received commissions from orchestras and prestigious musicians such as Patrícia de No (catalan flutist), who commissioned a Flute Concerto that is not premiered yet, Francisco Jimeno (valencian violinist based in London), with who has a permanent project, Banda Municipal de Música de Palma de Mallorca (Mallorca), who commissioned and premiered his work ‘Pendus’ for violin and wind orchestra, Orquestra Simfònica de Sant Cugat (Barcelona), who commissioned and premiered the ‘Obertura Els 3 Tambors’ (Overture The 3 Drummers) and has commissioned a new work for April 2019, and The Angel Orchestra (London), who commissioned and premiered the ‘Suite for Wind Instruments’.
Some of his works has been edited by Clivis Publicacions and Brotons & Mercadal Edicions Musicals. Furthermore, all of his violin solo works composed until 2014 was recorded by the violinist Francisco Jimeno in 2014 in an auto-produced LP that can be found in iTunes and Spotify.
David Bozzo is also a music teacher. Actually, he works at the European International School of Barcelona where he teaches violin and elementary piano and organize the grade exams of the Trinity College of Music.