David Bawiec, B.M. / Music Technology, Production, Composition
David Bawiec is an award-winning composer for film/TV and entertainment, as well as an experienced music producer. He has worked on a variety of projects spanning many genres, ranging from TV and feature films, to theaters and theme parks, commercials, mobile apps, and an entire array of popular music. Some of the projects David has worked on include: Michael Bublé, Josh Groban, NCIS, Arrested Development, John Wick, National Geographic, The Oscars, Energizer and Dr. Pepper.
David Bawiec holds a dual Bachelor of Music degree in Film Scoring and Contemporary Writing & Production from Berklee College of Music. At Berklee, David won the 2008 Song of the Year Award for his original song, “Oh How I Love This Life” as well as the 2009 Contemporary Writing and Production Achievement Award for Outstanding Musicianship. He also studied choral conducting at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, Poland.
David has presented at Pepperdine University, the National Film School of Poland, and in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He served as teaching assistant to famed songwriter Marty Panzer during Mr. Panzer’s “Writing Lyrics That Succeed and Endure” course at UCLA. David is certified in Apple Logic Pro, and is honored to pass along his deep knowledge of music technology, production, and composition to the students at California College of Music.
B.M. in Contemporary Writing & Production, Berklee College of Music
B.M. in Film Scoring, Berklee College of Music