Grammy Award-Nominated, #1 Billboard chart-winning guitarist, producer, and label executive David Veslocki has been heard around the world on countless networks, radio stations, and feature films. His productions have earned him first place in the International Songwriting Competition, the Unsigned Only Music Competition as well as 18 Billboard charts and a worldwide distribution deal with KMG. He has released songs with RCA Records, Atlantic Records, Sony Records, Kontor Records, and 300 Records and has charted in the top 10 in over 50 countries. His work can be heard in commercials for Ancestry.com, Major League Baseball, Sperry, Nivea, Nissan, in films All About the Money, Roll With Me, Adam, as the anthem for Dreamfields Festival in Bali, in shows aired on ABC, BBC, CBS, CNN, MTV, NBC, PBS, VH1, and on countless other placements with Universal Music Group and his publisher the Royalty Network.
He has toured internationally through Greece, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland, Tahiti, New Zealand, and performed at world-renowned venues including Carnegie Hall, Blue Note, T-Mobile Arena, The Bushnell, and as a soloist with the Hartford Symphony, the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra, with composer John Adams, as well as on tour with Francesca Gagnon in Cirque du Soleil's Alegría. David has produced music and played guitar for leading music catalogues and jingle houses in NYC and LA including Killer Tracks, Universal Music Publishing, Man Made Music, Found Objects Productions, Amp.Amsterdam, and Human Worldwide. A graduate of Yale University earning his Master's in Classical Guitar and an Artist Diploma for Production, he was also the first undergraduate student of Eastman School of Music to earn a Classical and Jazz Guitar Double Major Bachelor's degree.
As an educator, David has been a professor at Concordia Conservatory, guest lecturer at NYU, Baruch College, Trinity College, and is the founder of the renowned Connecticut Suzuki Guitar Academy, which ranked second at the Guitar Foundation of America's internationally recognized competition. The academy has performed at One World Observatory, SubCulture, Palacio del Quintanar in Segovia, and has had pieces commissioned from recognized composers Andrew York, Javier Farias, Nick Revel, and Ricardo Zohn-Muldoon. Students have won top prizes at nationwide competitions and have been accepted into Eastman, Peabody, and New England Conservatory. David works as a producer from Los Angeles at his studio and has subsidiary labels under KMG based in Nashville, New York and California.