David I. Katz (Cohen-Tzedek) 354 Chenery Street San Francisco, CA 94131 415.932.9387 firstname.lastname@example.org San Francisco 2004-Present Music Director, Or Shalom Jewish Community, San Francisco. 2004-2008 Cantorial Soloist, Congregation Beth Israel Judea, San Francisco. 2005-2008 Cantorial Soloist, freelance B'nai Mitzvah services in the San Francisco Bay Area. 2003-2005 Chorister, San Francisco Symphony Chorus, director Vance George. 2003 Presenting Artist, Wonderyears: New Reflections on the Shoah and Nazism in Israel. Berlin, Neue Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst. Tel-Aviv 1997-1999 Singer/Guitarist/Arranger, The Brillianteens. 1993-1999 Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist/Producer, The Fluorescents. 1999 Composer/Vocal Coach, Hayovel High School, Herzliya. 1999 Chorister, Philharmonia Singers, director Yuval Ben-Ozer. 1998 Chorister, Collegium Tel-Aviv, director Avner Itai. 1997 Lead soloist, Kefar-Bloom Conservatory, Monteverdi: L’orfeo. Schooling, Workshops and Private Instruction San Francisco 2013-Present MA Composition Candidate, Mills College. 2009 Bachelor in Interdisciplinary Studies, California Institute of Integral Studies. 2008-2009 School of Uncovering the Voice. Vocal workshops and private instruction with Christiaan Boele. 2006 Monk on Monk: The Vocal Works of Meredith Monk—a professional training workshop for singers. Workshop with Meredith Monk, The Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall. 2006-2008 Voice. Private instruction with Lillian Loran. 2004-2006 Composition, Piano, Improvisation, North Indian Rag. Private instruction with W. A. Mathieu. 2002-2003 Jewish Liturgical Singing. Private instruction with Cantor Julius Blackman. 2000-2002 Improvisation and New Music Workshop. Contemporary Performance Ensemble, Mills College, director Fred Frith. 2000-2004 Voice. Private instruction with Baker Peeples. Tel Aviv 1994-1999 Voice. Private instruction with Naama Gannot. 1991-1995 Theatre Department, Ironi Alef High School. 1993-95 Musicianship, Ear Training, Composition. Private instruction with Arie Shapira.