David Denizon was born in Paris, France, where he received his early education. He moved to the US in 1984 to study at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee under Efim Boico. He then moved to Dallas to attend Southern Methodist University where he earned a Bachelor of Arts while studying under Arkady Fomin. Upon graduating, he joined the New American Chamber Orchestra, an eleven member conductorless string ensemble. With that group, he toured extensively throughout Europe and performed in many of Europe’s prestigious concert halls like Salle Pleyel in Paris and Herkulessaal in Munich, and Chamber Music Festivals, such as the Nortaljee(Sweden), Santander, Granada, Deia(Spain), Vence and Val-de-Charentes(France) Festivals. He then returned to the US to become Assistant Principal Second of the Knoxville Symphony and Chamber Orchestra. While in Knoxville he performed several times as soloist with the Knoxville Chamber Orchestra and was active as a chamber musician. Later he became a member of the New World Symphony and participated in their Japan and U.K tours and in their Grammy Nominated recording of Latin American Music, “ Tangazo“. Currently, David is a member of the lst violin section of the Austin Symphony Orchestra, and as well as bring a member of the San Antonio Symphony. He has played with the River City Consort, and Soli, both local chamber ensembles. In March 1997, David was invited to perform at the Festival Musical de Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. David was a founding member of the Sierra Grande String Quartet and the Sierra Grande Chamber Music Festival in Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. David has soloed with the Laredo Philharmonic in 2007 and 2010, and will again in 2013.