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David Mesiha began composing at age 10 as a hobby and during his teenage years he directed church choirs. David decided to pursue Music professionally and studied composition at Simon Fraser University to obtain his BA in Music as well as a diploma in recording arts and sound engineering.
After working for 4 years as a Keyboardist in local Vancouver bands and as a live sound engineer, David decided to focus on his career as a composer. David began composing professionally for theatre within the theatre community in Vancouver, BC. Soon after he began to compose for film and concert music.
Compositionally, David is interested in a wide range of styles and genres, from contemporary acoustic composition for Chamber music, to electro-acoustic music based on his own research in music technology and computer programming.
Select credits include original composition for plays such as The Dark Between, Absurdessy and More recently House of Kosa. David is also known for his chamber pieces Imaginary Friends composed and premiered in 2008 for percussion and Quartet for Victims of Inferno Composed and premiered in Spring 2009 for Piano, Clarinet, Viola and Cello. Among his well known works in electro-acoustic music are Coptic Sacrifice and Re-humanizing Neruda, both of which were composed with David’s own software developed to research granular synthesis and Genetic Algorithms.