David Nesmithis a professional musician and a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique (ATI). He has studied the Alexander Technique with many master teachers including Barbara Conable (Portland, OR), Christine Hardy (Paris, France), Marie-Françoise Le Foll (Paris, France), Tommy Thompson (Cambridge, MA), Anne Waxman (New York, NY) and with Don Zuckerman in Breathing Facilitation work (Washington, D.C.). He has completed post-grad courses with John Nicholls (NYC, The Carrington Way of Working) and with Barbara Kent (NYC, Progress Not Perfection). Most recently, David has done advanced work with Elizabeth Walker and Yehuda Kuperman.
David has a private teaching practice in Columbus, Ohio and is on the faculty at Denison University. As a teacher of the Alexander Technique and Body Mapping, he works with a diversity of students including, but not limited to, musicians, actors, dancers, athletes, computer users, and artists.
David is available to teach workshops and seminars. Here's a sample of where he has taught:
As a musician, David has performed with the Collegial Brass, the Cathedral Brass Ensemble, the New Hampshire Music Festival, the Lancaster Festival (Ohio), the Shenandoah Valley Bach Festival (Virginia), and the West Virginia Symphony.
He served for 10 years as Principal horn of the Cleveland Chamber Symphony, an ensemble specialized in the presentation and recording of new American music.
He is an alumnus of Capital University (B.M.) and Indiana University (M.M.). His primary horn teachers were Nicholas Perrini, Philip Farkas and Frøydis Ree Wekre.
David enjoys learning Italian, travels to Italy, salsa/mambo dancing, hiking, backpacking, and yoga.
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