Dave Eggar, Caught In The act

Dave Eggar,a musical prodigy as a child, began playing the cello and piano at age three. By the age of seven, Dave had performed on Broadway and with the Metropolitan Opera. He debuted at Carnegie Hall at the age of 15. Dave is a graduate of Harvard University and the Julliard School’s Doctoral Program.

Dave’s mission to “not just cross over, but to cross through” multiple genres of music is apparent in all of his releases. Whether it’s classical, reggae, bluegrass, jazz, pop, or world music, Eggar finds a common voice within his musical vocabulary and introduces it with his own unique imaginative vision.

Dave’s 4th solo release, Kingston Morning, was recorded in Brooklyn, NY, Kingston, Jamaica, and Big Stone Gap, Virginia. It was released on Domo Records in late April 2010.

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TRACK LIST
01. Follow Me To The Sun
02. Earth’s Paradise
03. Trojan Horse
04. August Moon
05. Itsbynne Reel
06. Rain In The Face
07. Blackwater Song
08. Winter War
09. Jacob’s Vision
10. Kenia
11. Kingston Morning

Dave’s mission to “not just cross over, but to cross through” multiple genres of music are apparent with all of his releases. Whether it’s classical, reggae, bluegrass, jazz, pop, or world music, he finds a common voice within his musical vocabulary and introduces it with his own unique imaginative vision.

“An exceptionally accomplished all-around musician… Dave Eggar’s life in music seems an unending crescendo” – TIME Magazine

“Eggar’s work is breathtaking… a deliverance from the sedate formality of the typical cello recital.” – New York Times

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