Lecturer in Music History and Theory
For more than 30 years, David Srebnik was the Program Director at Public Radio Stations across the country and an Associate Producer at National Public Radio’s Performance Today.
Most recently, he directed the classical music programming at SiriusXM for its two classical music channels. While at SiriusXM, he also hosted and produced special programs with Yannick Nezet-Seguin and the Philadelphia Orchestra, Gustavo Dudamel and the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Philip Glass, John Adams, Yo-Yo Ma, Yuja Wang, Anthony McGill, the Kronos Quartet, Brooklyn Rider, the Imani Winds, Emanuel Ax, Simone Dinnerstein, Sir James Galway and many others.
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In each of these management roles, Srebnik was the decision maker for whose music was played, and who got the interview before a national and regional audience. Passionate for supporting new performers, he gave the Attacca Quartet, the Calidore String Quartet, the Dover Quartet and pianist Lise de la Salle some of their earliest national exposure.
David Srebnik started All Art is Personal™ in 2019, where he continues to advocate for performers, composers, ensembles and institutions. He develops strategies for each to present their best story and their creative vision to audiences and on all media platforms. “It’s crowded out there, so I find ways for artists to stand out and stand apart in our current, hyperactive media environment.”
Musical America listed him on their annual report, The MA 30 Professionals of the Year: “The Influencers”.
A Berkeley native, now living in Annapolis, Maryland, David Srebnik enjoys Georgian wines, stinky cheese and kayaking on the Chesapeake Bay.