David Alexander Rahbee is an American-born conductor with a wide-ranging repertoire of orchestral, choral, operatic and chamber ensemble works spanning the baroque period to today. He has appeared in concert with a variety of ensembles in Europe and the Americas including the RTE National Symphony Orchestra of Ireland, the Orchestre Philharmonique du Luxembourg, the Kammerphilharmonie Berlin-Brandenburg and the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra. He has been awarded numerous fellowships, including those from the Austrian-American Foundation, the International-Richard-Wagner-Verband, the Acanthes Centre and the Atlantic Music Festival. (continue)
David joins the faculty of University of Washington School of Music beginning Fall 2013 as Director of the University of Washington Symphony Orchestra.
The first of several ground-breaking articles written by David on Gustav Mahler, "Gustave Charpentier's Louise and Mahler's Sixth Symphony," appears in the spring 2013 edition of the music journal Sonus.