Biography

David Kosutic

Chris Holtmeier

“Kosutic thrilled the audience…genuine musicianship and excellent technique” New York Concert Review 2000. A native of the Washington, D.C. area, Pianist, David Kosutic was first featured on WGMS “Spotlight Hour” at the age of sixteen, and currently enjoys a career as a private teacher and performer. Following the completion of his Doctor of Music in Piano degree at Indiana University (Bloomington) as a student of Luba Edlina, he performed at numerous venues including Carnegie Hall Weill Hall, The Kennedy Center Terrace Theater, and The Sheldon in St. Louis. He has been a featured soloist with the Georgetown Symphony Orchestra under Victoria Gau, playing Beethoven’s Fourth Piano Concerto, and has appeared frequently on many local recital series, including The Alden Theater “Rising Stars Series,” National City Christian Church’s “Music at Midday,” Georgetown University “Friday Music Is”, The Lyceum, as well as The Church of the Epiphany “Tuesday Morning Series.” The Norwegian Embassy presented David in recital at Union Station Great Hall as part of their Gifts of Norway Exhibition. He has presented lecture recitals on Schumann’s Kreisleriana, Op. 16, most notably for the College Music Society. As a teacher, Dr. Kosutic maintains an active piano studio in Falls Church, Virginia, with students placing in local and state level competitions.