David Brensilver

David studied percussion at the Peabody Conservatory of Music and at The Juilliard School and has performed over the years with such ensembles as the American Symphony Orchestra, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Eastern Connecticut Symphony Orchestra, and numerous bands working across various musical styles. An accomplished writer, he’s worked as a journalist at The Day (Connecticut) and its string of community weeklies and as the editor of The Arts Paper (a monthly publication of the Arts Council of Greater New Haven). He’s written for New Music Box (an online publication of New Music USA) and Modern Drummer magazine and is a contributing writer for Drum! magazine. He’s also contributed to When Falls the Coliseum: a journal of American culture [or lack thereof]. David is the author of the satirical novel ExecTV (ENC Press, 2005) and the often-irreverent animal-rights blog The Daily Maul. His performance piece Music for the Doomed has had readings at the Compassionfest Vegan Holiday Bazaar, Open Source Gallery, and Best Video Film & Cultural Center. He’s vegan.

Twitter: dailymaul