David Law is a passionate supporter of community music in Brisbane. David studied Euphonium at the Queensland University of Technology and has been playing piano since the age of eight. He has been President and Euphonium player with the Queensland Wind Orchestra since its inception in 2004.
David has worked as Music Director, Conductor and Pianist with various musical theatre organisations throughout Brisbane and has trained in Music Direction at the multiple-Tony Award©-winning Goodspeed Musical Theatre Institute in Connecticut, USA. With Ignatians Musical Theatre Society, David worked as Conductor for CATS, as well as Repetiteur for Les Misérables, West Side Story and Songbirds. He was Musical Director and Conductor for productions of Into the Woods, ShowStoppers concert series (Ignatians), Singin’ in the Rain, Bugsy Malone, The Pajama Game (RLC), and My Fair Lady. With the Harvest Rain Theatre Company, David conducted their 25th Anniversary Concert at QPAC’s Concert Hall. More recently, David has worked with Oscar Theatre Company as Musical Director for the Queensland premieres of [title of show](Brisbane Powerhouse), Spring Awakening and Next to Normal (QPAC). In 2013, David was on the Music & Theatre faculty at The Performance Workshop, a training program for aspiring musical theatre performers.
In addition to conducting the Queensland Wind Orchestra, 2016 is David’s eigth year as the conductor of the Queensland Youth Orchestra Wind Ensemble. David’s regular conducting engagements also include the Brisbane Philharmonic Orchestra, Brisbane’s Westside Orchestra and various school honour bands and workshops. He is currently a pianist for the Brisbane cabaret group Babushka, and the Head of Performance Music at Redeemer Lutheran College where he directs a number of award-winning wind bands, string orchestras and vocal ensembles.