David Eaton has been the music director of the New York City Symphony since 1985 and has conducted numerous concerts at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the United Nations, Apollo Theatre and other New York venues. As a guest conductor and composer he has performed his own compositions and arrangements with orchestras in the United States, Europe, Asia, Canada, Israel, Central and South America, Russia and Ukraine. One of his recent compositions, 70 and Counting, Op. 54, was performed at the United Nations as part of the U.N.’s seventieth anniversary celebration.

The Divine Nexus of Music and Mathematics
The Renaissance of Romanticism
The Wagner Conundrum: Art as Transmoral or Ethical?