Award-winning bassoonist, David Adam Nagy is an inspired and innovative performer of music of all ages. His lifelong fascination with the mysteries of exploration and powerful stories inspire his artistic mission in creating deeply engaging concert experiences. Mr. Nagy is currently preparing for a European tour with American pianist Robert Fleitz in June 2015, which will feature two new commissions among vibrant, striking pieces of the classical repertoire. He is a core musician of Contemporaneous, The Venteux Project, and a new initiative: the Exceptet, while performing with the Juilliard Orchestra, AXIOM, the New Juilliard Ensemble, and the Juilliard Electronic Ensemble. He appeared as a soloist with the American Symphony Orchestra in 2012 and regularly performs solo and chamber recitals around the world. Mr. Nagy is currently a graduate student at the Juilliard School, studying with Ms. Patricia Rogers; previously, he was a Bitó Scholar at the Bard Conservatory of Music, where he earned degrees in Music Performance and Japanese Literature.