Conductor, Performer, Teacher
David Borman III (He/Him) is an energetic conductor, performer, and teacher, who understands the unique power of music to educate, inspire, and advocate. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in music with an emphasis in communications from the University of Louisville. He is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in orchestral conducting at UofL. In addition to his duties as a graduate teaching assistant in the School of Music at UofL, he serves as the associate conductor for the Louisville Civic Orchestra and an assistant conductor for the Louisville Youth Orchestra and has appeared as a guest conductor with the Kentucky Chamber Orchestra. In addition to his work on the podium, David enjoys music directing and conducting music theater and opera in Louisville and has worked with the Providence Players, CenterStage of Louisville, The Louisville Central Community Center, and Redline Performing Arts. His studies in music have included brass with Clinton McCanless, Dennis Akers, and Scott Cooksey and orchestral conducting with Alexandra Enyart, Kimcherie Lloyd, and Jason Hart Raff.