Conducting the percussion ensemble at the San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA). My own arrangement of Soldier’s March, Little Piece and The Wild Horseman from Schumann’s Album for the Young.

My beginning mallet ensemble group from the San Francisco School of the Arts (SOTA). Here I'm conducting them in Bach's Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring. Arranged for marimba and vibraphone, four players.

Not yet three, my young student enjoys a bit of improvising at the timpani while I play along on drum set!


Romeo's Tune and Big Poppa off the Alex Wise Album- Blurred. David Dieni on Drums and Percussion.

Carmina Burana selections with the San Francisco Concert Choral. Two pianos and percussion. David Dieni on snare drum and percussion. Movements: Fortune Plango Vulnera, In Taberna Quando Sumas, Circa Mea Pectora

A selection of jazz tunes by Trio Dieni. David Dieni on drums, Dave Austin on piano and Tommy Folen on bass. Song excerpts: Days of Wine and Roses, All the Things You Are and At Last.

Seasons of Oling is part of a multi movement fantasy series by author Ursula Le Guin and composer Elinor Armer. The full work is titled Uses of Music in Uttermost Parts and is recorded on Koch International. "Uses" explores a fantastic island archipelago where music forms the very fabric of life. 


Anneliese van der Pol sings Belle from Beauty and the Beast.
Nicolas Dromard sings I'll Jump.
Anneliese van der Pol sings Colors of the Wind from Pocahontas.
Playing Xylophonia by Joe Green with the Stockton Symphony.
Nicolas Dromard and Carrie Manolakos sing As Long As You're Mine from Wicked.
Navigating hairy timpani pedaling in a run through of Sunset Boulevard by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Who I'd Be - Shrek the Musical - with Percussion Pit Cam!
Percussion Cam! Mother Goose Suite by Ravel- Movements 3, 4 & 5

Never Swat A Fly from Good News

The Varsity Drag from Good News

Overture from Good News