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The David Bach Consort

Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

For over a decade, the David Bach Consort has played countless concerts, festivals, corporate and private parties, clubs, and other events. The Consort brings a concert or festival experience with original compositions and an extensive repertoire of R&B, Pop, Rock, Standards, and traditional jazz tunes. We have performed countless jazz festivals, concert series, and wine festivals. Here you will find but a small sample of the tunes we can perform. All recordings were done live at their respective events, not in a studio, to best capture the excitement of what we do.


The performance by the David Bach Consort was outstanding and memorable. Numerous compliments regarding your performance were received by the City, and the success of the Espo was made possible by your wonderful contribution.” City of Bowie

Thanks so much for your performance at NAF, everyone really loved it and it added a great level of energy to the evening. Again you did not disappoint.” -Ian, production associate


“Thanks for bringing in the New Year for thousands of people with such enthusiasm and fun, and for making First Night Montgomery a great success.” –  First Night Montgomery County

You only have to watch a minute of David Bach’s slamming performance at the 2014 Silver Spring Festival on YouTube to realize he’s an explosive, funky player whose band – while still more of a regional sensation – is on par with that of any top act on the contemporary jazz scene. While the urban-funk jazz vibe of Otherworld puts him right in the pocket with the genre’s A-list artists, it’s those other worlds that really give his deeper musical spirit spotlights to shine. I love the bluesy touches on ‘Sapphire’, the way he rocks ‘Rite or Wrong’ and the elegance and ambience of beautiful pieces like ‘Layer of My Heart’. I think Maryland’s best kept secret is out and hopefully this means that fans beyond his home region can expect regular performances of his delightfully eclectic music.”   Jonathan Widran –  jazz reviewer

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