A Piano in a Room
David A. Sawicki is a graduate of the University of Toronto's Royal Conservatory of Music, class of 1984. He has also undertaken pipe organ training in his development with one of Ontario's renowned teacher's. For more than two decades, he has held numerous pipe organ positions in churches as well as gaining experiences in accompanying and choir directing. His real passion is in teaching many students of various levels, as well as preparing them for voice, piano, theory examinations, and Kiwanis Music Festival performances. He has prepared students for University pre-entrance auditions, and taught Diploma candidates pre-requisite performances and theoretical requirements. Over his career he has performed in a Broadway musical, as well as piano concerts of Beethoven works and Chopin Etudes. His belief is that music is a transcendental art to be loved and appreciated by everyone, on any level, regardless of age or natural ability.

His major was piano performance. He also studied vocal technique, including Art Songs, Arias, and Oratorio Repertoire with Pamela Birrell..

His main professor was Frederick Pritchard and pipe organ training was also in his Professional Development.

Since 1984, David has held numerous organist/choir directing positions in Churches with Southern Ontario. These involve two manual Pipe Organs. He has been soloist at weddings, funerals and fully active within music programs in many local Churches.

He has taught voice, piano, and theory to many students over his career with great success. They range in all ages, to various personalities. Examination results have ranged from honours - 70% to first class honours - 80% + in piano, voice, and rudiments.