David Weaver is currently a teacher at HB Beal Secondary School in London Ontario, and has been conducting choirs and producing concerts in London for more than 15 years.
His high school choirs have received numerous honors and awards, including the Alex Clark Trophy (London Kiwanis Music Festival), Earl Terry Rose Bowl for best choir in the festival, and second in the Ontario Provincial Music Festival.
Mr. Weaver received the Governor's medal for music from the University of Windsor, the provincial IODE scholarship for music, top piano prize and Rose Bowl for Piano in the Windsor Centennial Music Competition. He was also a finalist in the Leslie Bell Choral Conducting Competition.
In addition to becoming an associate of the Western Conservatory of Music (piano performance), Mr. Weaver received his Master's degree in choral conducting from the university of Cincinnati, where he studied conducting with Earl Rivers, John Leman and Elmer Thomas, and piano with the late William Black.
A native of Windsor Ontario, Mr. Weaver has been a member of the Windsor Classic Chorale, the Ontario Youth Choir, the National Youth Choir of Canada, and the Gerald Fagan Singers. He continues to be active as a conductor, pianist, organist, singer, church musician, summer music camp director, and is a voice student of Igor Saika-Voivod.
Mr. Weaver's conducting credits include: Mendelssohn's Elijah, Haydn's Creation, Mozart's Requiem, Faure's Requiem, Rutter's Gloria, Vivaldi's Gloria, Pinkham's Christmas Cantata, Handel's Messiah, plus collaborations with the London Fanshawe Symphonic Chorus.
Some of David Weaver's theatre credits include: Les Miserables, The Fantasticks, You're A Good Man Charlie Brown, The Mikado and Yeoman of the Guard
Mr. Weaver's goal is to present and perform great musical works to musicians of all ages.