David Saulesco is a versatile Swedish composer and arranger who moves effortlessly between genres and contexts. His works have been performed all over Sweden as well as in Europe and North America.

He is also an experienced writer about music and music supervisor for live broadcasts, and is frequently engaged as a singer, narrator and public speaker.

Studio recording of ”Lacrimosa” for violoncello and organ by David Saulesco, performed by cellist Ronja Schneider and organist Per Brudsten. Recorded in Härnösand Cathedral. Video shot in Sweden’s High Coast.

Live recording of a concert performance of ”Klangen” and ”Trädet och skyn”, two settings of texts by Nobel Prize-winning poet Tomas Tranströmer, featuring David Saulesco and pianist Henrik Berg. Recorded in Gustav Adolf’s Church, Sundsvall.

A setting for orchestra and mixed chorus of “Storm Ending” by African-American novelist and poet Jean Toomer. Premiere performance at Härnösand Theatre featuring the Nordic Chamber Orchestra together with students from Kapellsberg School of Music and the Härnösand Secondary School Music Department, conducted by Jon Terje Svendsen.

Highlights from the premiere performance of David Saulesco’s sonata for bassoon and piano featuring award-winning bassoonist Sebastian Stevensson and renowned pianist Henrik Berg.

Highlights from the premiere performance of David Saulesco’s chamber suite “Books on a Bookshelf” featuring musical interpretations of classic novels such as The Handmaid’s Tale, Watership Down and To Kill a Mockingbird.

A behind-the-scenes look at David Saulesco’s children’s opera “Prins Pompom”, including an interview with the writer-composer about the working process as well as filmed excerpts from the first staging in Härnösand, directed by Märit Bergvall.