David Moss

David Moss is one of the most innovative percussionists and vocalists in the field. His solo performances combine drums, metal, strings, plastic, wood, and microchips with astonishing vocal techniques. Moss received a fellowship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in Berlin in 1991. He has remained there, using Berlin as homebase from which to tour Europe, Japan, Australia, and the U.S.

Moss has worked with amongst others Fred Frith, Shelley Hirsch, Heiner Goebbels, Christian Marclay, Carlos Santos, Hans Peter Kuhn, Henning Christiansen, Tom Guralnick, Jon Rose, Sergei Kuryokhin, Z'EV, Malcolm Goldstein, Anthony Coleman, Peter Hollinger as well as collaborated with dancers Steve Paxton, Kei Takei, & Kenneth King.

As a soloist MOSS has been featured at: The Kitchen, Public Theater, Knitting Factory, Whitney Museum, Roulette, Musica '88/92 (Strasbourg/Bonn), Walker Art Center, The Ijsbreker, New Music America ('83-88), Wien Festwochen, Taktlos Festival, PS 122, Tokyo New Music, American Center (Paris), ICA (London), Milano Poesia, Alte Opera (Frankfurt), WDR (Koln), Kunst Museum (Bern).