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David Darling

David Darling is known and loved for his musicianship and and for his humanitarian teaching style.

He enriches lives! He turns those who believe they are tone deaf into singers and musicians.

He rekindles the flame in burnt out musicians and he takes accomplished, professional musicians, composers, conductors to new levels of excellence.

It is time for all of us who know him to support him by introducing any Academy members to his “Prayer For Compassion” and ask them to vote for it if they agree that it enriches, comforts, and inspires.

For those who do not know him yet, you really want to get to know him and his work.

He, with the help of the staff and volunteers have done more for Music, Music-making, Musicians in a very quiet, humble way than most people will ever know! People around the world have been touched by his genius!

“Prayer for Compassion” was just nominated for a Grammy. December 16, 2009 we received word that “Prayer” has placed 7th on the 2009 Best of Echoes Radio Listener Poll.

Please help spread the word for this extraordinary Musician, Composer and human being.

Please encourage any members of NARAS you may know to consider “Prayer for Compassion” when voting.

If you know of a voting member who would like a complimentary CD his office will be happy to send them one. Listen to sample tracks go to: www.daviddarling.com and then click on the CD.


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2018 Come and Play

2018 Universal Music Day Please go to our Facebook Event page and like us!

Bring young people, they will have bragging rights in 40 years.

Please Donate

Creating Music and Reading Progams
for Children in the St. Petersburg, FL


The Gift of Music

Invite a Speaker

Susan has extensive training in the
Power and Importance of Music, Music Making and the Arts for people of all ages and loves to share that information!

Susan will speak on Saturday at the Palm Beach Music Therapy Institute Conference

An Online Educational Symposium on the Creative Arts Therapies  Saturday, August 4th and Sunday, August 5th 2018: 8am-8pm

Call: 727.804.4908
Email: spg at UniversalMusicDay.org