David graduated from the Zagreb Academy of Music in Croatia, earning his degree in saxophone under the direction of Professor Dragan Sremec. He gained additional knowledge from seminars and courses with known saxophone educators and performers such as, Matjaž Drevenšek (Slovenia), Otto Vrhovnik (Slovenia), Eugene Rousseau (USA), Saša Nestorović (Croatia), Goran Merčep (Croatia). He has worked with different orchestras and bands including Zagreb Philharmonic, Croatian Radio Television Symphonic Orchestra, Croatian Army Symphonic Wind Orchestra, The Soulfingers, Josipa Lisac, HGZ Big Band, Drago Diklic’s Big Band and for two and a half years he was a member of the Zagreb Saxophone Quartet. In 1997 he played at the World Saxophone Congress in Valencia, Spain. Since 1998 he has been working in education with a special interest in chamber music and in 2009, he published his first solo album, “The way I see it”, containing his vision of contemporary Christian instrumental music. David has performed for many groups and churches (Croatia, USA, Slovenia, Serbia, Austria and Belgium), sharing and spreading his love of God through his music.
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Wonderful, merciful Saviour (guitar & saxophone)
Davor Simunic and David Kocijan playing Wonderful, merciful Saviour