David Musial has over 30 years of a wide variety of experience in the multimedia industry as an award-winning musician, composer, conductor & producer. He is also a prestigious professor in the industry, and has provided countless professional reviews of compositional works-in-progress to hundreds of college-age music students. Musial has also been a private music instructor for all ages starting with 7 year-olds. Musial is the founder of an artist development company called "The One World Artists Group" (One World Artists, LLC), which is the parent company for SkyRoom Studios, Smart Trax® Media & NextGen Stars™,
Since 1979 Musial has worked in a variety of capacities on over 100 records, (Gold & Platinum-Billboard Charts). 12 different animated series/video games, and a variety of Off-Broadway musicals, radio shows, TV shows and films including industrials for NASA, concerts and music videos for many United States agencies. David has received an array of endorsements and has been featured in a multitude of press articles and national magazines including the: New York Times, Keyboard, Recording, and Business Week.
AWARDS & ACCOLADES
Musial composed the theme to the "Take A Stand" anti-bullying campaign for the U.S. Department of Education which went on to win an Emmy Award for MTV! David won "Professor-Of-The Year" 3 times at NYU in the Music Technology program, voted by the students. Musial won "Alumni-of-the-Year from ECC College. After he produced concerts on Disney, on a U.S. Aircraft Carrier, in the "Hall Of Heroes" in the PENTAGON (the same artist went on to perform in Carnegie Hall), the U.S. Dept of Justice presented Musial an award for promoting Positives Messages Through Music! David's anthem "Brave New American Heroes" received a letter from the White House after it was inducted into the 9/11 National Memorial. Musial's Bachelors Degree in Music Technology won 2nd place as the "MOST INNOVATIVE CHANGING THE INDUSTRY" in 2012 at the Best Colleges organization. On August 13, 2014, David was inducted into the "Buffalo Music Hall-Of-Fame."