David  Marsh

         David Marsh Organist
         Piano Lessons, Organ Lessons, Concert Artist

Roland Atelier Concert (Part 1)

Part One of the Atelier Concert that took place at the Marsh Residence on September 9, 2017. 43 people attended, and it was an absolutely wonderful time!

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A Music Quote for You

"Music washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life."

- Berthold Auerbach

David Publicity Photo

About David

David started playing the organ when he was fourteen years old. His fascination with the instrument began when he saw a video of Rosemary Bailey playing "All that Jazz" on the Roland Atelier. Since then, he has gone on to having many responsibilities including Piano Teacher for the Chavarria Institute of the Arts, Administrator of Operations for Soli Studios Music, Inc., and President of the Orange County Theater Organ Society, which maintains the 4/37 Wurlitzer at Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton, CA. David would like to thank his many mentors for his progress, including Rosemary Bailey, Gene Roberson, Gail Hillman, John Zechiel, and the Orange County Theater Organ Society. David has an intense desire to make the organ known to the younger generation and hopes that one day, it will be just as known as the guitar or piano.

Another Photo from the Past

Several years ago, a good friend of mine and I decided to go to Knott's Scary Farm. We had a tradition of doing this every year. After some mild contemplation, we decided to take a ride on the Log Ride. It was somehow decided that I sit in the front, which I objected to, but ended up doing anyway. In this photo, you can clearly see my face looking absolutley hideous while everyone else on the ride had a fantastic time.

I am happy to report that a recent ride on the Log Ride did not yield the same results.