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 David Eaton was invited by soprano Seiko Lee to conduct at a benefit concert for Syrian Refugees at the Syrian Orthodox Church in Vienna, Austria on October 21, 2017. Maestro Eaton conducted several works including three movements from his peace cantata, “Halelu: Songs of David,” a composition he co-composed and recorded with David D’Or in 2006. 

 David Eaton conducted the Prime Philharmonic in a concert in South Korea on August 19, 2016 featuring tenor Matthew Hill.

 David Eaton conducted his new composition, “Sing Praise, Hallelujah” for Chorus and Orchestra in South Korea on February 12, 2016. 

 Maestro Eaton returns to Korea to conduct the Prime Symphony Orchestra in August 2016 at the World Peace Center. 

 Members of the NYC Symphony and Soprano, Seiko Lee, Performed at the United Nations on October 29, 2015 at the U.N./GHFS Awards Banquet. 

 The New York City Symphony and David Eaton performed at the United Nations as part of the UN’s 70th Anniversary program on June 30, 2015. Maestro Eaton composed a new orchestral work, “70 and Counting,” (Op. 54) to commemorate the occasion. 

 Members of the NYC Symphony appeared on the February 1, 2014 broadcast of NBC’s Saturday Night Live with the Grammy Award-winning band, Imagine Dragons. 

 David Eaton arranged music for New York State’s “Rising Communities” television ad campaign---recorded 
at Avatar Studios in NYC. (september, 2013)

 David Eaton conducted two concerts with David D’Or and the Evergreen Symphony Orchestra in Taiwan. (July, 2013) 

David Eaton conducted the premiere of his new work “Juxtapositions” at the Lexington (MI) Bach Festival on September 18, 2011 with Sasha Mishnaevski, Principal violist of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra as soloist. He conducted a second performance with the DSO in June, 2012. 

 David Eaton is now composing a Harp Concerto for DSO Harpist, Patty Masri-Fletcher. 

 David Eaton and NYC Symphony performed at the United Nations General Assembly on September 9, 2011 in commemoration of 9/11. The program included several of Mr. Eaton’s compositions including excerpts from his cantata, “Halelu-Songs of David.” David D’Or and Mzuri Moyo were guest vocalists. 

 Detroit Symphony Performs 2 Movements from David eaton’s Suite “Juxtapositions.” (March, 2011)

 David Eaton conducted a concert with the Hanoi Philharmonic at the Hanoi Opera House as part of the 20th Anniversary Celebration of Israeli and Vietnamese diplomatic relations. David D’Or and Thanh Lam were the featured soloists. (April, 2013) 

 NYC Symphony Chamber Ensemble returned the United Nations’ General Assembly to Perform as part of the UN’s Interfaith Program. David Eaton conducted his “Hope of All Ages” from “Halelu.” (February, 2012)