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David Villanueva & DVJazz

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About David Villanueva & DVJazz

David is a professional jazz saxophonist. David played with a variety of bands and a variety of genres. Having performed with several major artist including jazz vocalist Kevin Mahogany, saxophonist Don Menza, Glen Miller Orchestra, Band of the West Airforce, Jay Perez, Raulito Navaira, Patsy Torres, and opened for the Paquito D’Rivera Quintet. David has also been a featured solo artist on KRTU Jazz 91.7 FM local jazz radio station.

David's musicians have more than 40 years of musical experience combined and when you listen to them play you know it’s more.  There’s something historic about watching live musicians feel the music they’re playing.  It’s almost a hypnotizing effect that draws you into their world for a moment or two.  You can sit in their presence, sipping a drink, and not even know that they’ve captured your soul.  It’s not until you notice your head bobbing up and down or look at your body and notice you’re swinging it from side to side.  It is truly a gift they were given.

At times, David also performs by himself.  These solo gigs are a unique invitation into his world, but like great appetizers, are only glimpses of what is yet to come.  It’s his band that truly delivers both the entre and the dessert. This is great for Wedding Ceremonies and Rehearsal Dinners.

The newest addition to David's arsenal is a modern twist to the string quartets. The DVJazz Saxophone Quartet is able to perform all your classical ceremony music, romantic jazz ballads and some of today's pop tunes. Looking for something different, new and extremely hip? Hire the DVJazz Saxophone Quartet for your next event and watch how they will amaze your guest.

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