Southern California native, David Isaacs, has been playing guitar since 1988 and has studied Classical Guitar since 1995. He has been a featured guest performer for the Pacific Guitar Festival, the Hermoupolis Guitar Festival, the Cheney Mansion, Oregon State University, Southeastern Illinois College, the Ventura County Classical Guitar Society, the Long Beach Classical Guitar Society, the Orange County Guitar Circle, the Dayton Classical Guitar Society, the Springfield Classical Guitar Society, the Aquarium of the Pacific, and for several church and library concert series. In print, Ken Keaton had this to say about Structures in The American Record Guide May/June 2007 issue:
“Isaacs plays with sensitivity and technical finish and is more emotionally committed to the music and its images than many far more famous players.”
In 2005, David and his wife, Chelsea Camille, formed the duet, Chanson du Soir. They released their debut CD, Melancholie et Espoir, in February of 2007 on Abet Music and have been featured artists on concert series at Universities, guitar societies, libraries, and churches throughout the United States . Now residing inLong Beach , David is an active teacher, concert promoter, adjudicator, and proponent of guitar performance. With fellow Long Beach classical guitarist, Michael Nigro, David founded and currently operates the Long Beach Classical Guitar Society, the Southern California Classical Guitar Workshop, and the Long Beach Classical Guitar Academy . David writes sheet music reviews for the Guitar Foundation of America 's publication, Soundboard, and actively pursues new compositions for the guitar. David teaches at Cerritos College in Norwalk , Morey’s Music in Lakewood , Bellflower Music Center in Bellflower , and at his home studio in Long Beach .