David Rosen has released many albums of instrumental music, as well as music videos that have won awards & screened all over the world.
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David Rosen produces and hosts podcasts and is also available as a podcast consultant. His podcasts have thousands of listeners worldwide.
I’m excited to announce the release of a new single, “Destined For Greatness!” The song itself isn’t actually so new. It was originally created in 2019 for director Alexis Cuarezma’s short film of the same name. The film was about Christine Shevchenko, principal dancer for the American Ballet Theater in New York City.
I’m writing this on the day that I finally sent the finished score to director Chris Johnson for his next feature length film Jacqueline. At 2 hours and 12 minutes, this drama/thriller with horror elements is a beast of a film, but I think like we have on numerous short films, and last year’s Beater, we did a great job of bringing this thing together. So what’s next for me?
As she did with all my previous albums, the time has come for my mom’s review of my latest album, the self-titled David Rosen.
In this blog post I want to point you to a special thing I did over on my podcast Piecing It Together last week. To celebrate the release of David Rosen, I recorded an album length commentary track, talking about my thoughts on the album and the process of making it.
The pre-order for my new album David Rosen is live! You hopefully read all about the album last week on the previous blog post, and hopefully you checked out the “Multiply” music video already to get a taste of what the new music sounds like, but now you can order the whole thing. Actually, speaking of “Multiply,” before we get onto the pre-order, here’s thew new video just in case you still haven’t seen it:
David Rosen is the title of my new album, coming on my 40th birthday, October 4th, 2020. Some of these songs started life right after A Different Kind Of Dream and continue the path I was moving towards at that point in time (before podcasting took over my life). But a lot of the songs were born out of the quarantine.