Solo Performances and Conductors
Mr. Wehr has been soloist with the London Symphony at the Barbican Centre, Houston Symphony, Chautauqua Symphony, New Zealand Symphony, Chicago Youth Orchestra on their European tour, including Vienna’s Musikverein, National Symphony at the Kennedy Center, Santa Barbara Symphony, Spanish National Orchestra, Spanish Radio-Television Orchestra, Tenerife Symphony, Massachusetts Symphony on two European tours, Oviedo Symphony, Dominican National Symphony (including the complete Beethoven concerto cycle), Puerto Rico National Symphony, Maracaibo Symphony, Venezuela Symphony, Beethoven Association Orchestra in Santiago, Chile, Vallejo Symphony, Ridgefield Symphony, Fairfield Orchestra, Houston Civic Symphony, Monroe Symphony, Arkansas Symphony, Springfield (Missouri) Symphony, Northwestern Michigan Symphony, Ohio Symphony, National Orchestral Association at New York’s Town Hall, Transylvania Symphony at the Brevard Festival, Bilbao Symphony, Santa Rosa Symphony, Irish Radio Chamber Orchestra, Oklahoma City Symphony, Baetica Philharmonic in Seville, Spain, Westmoreland Symphony, Sunflower Music Festival Orchestra, Buzzards Bay Musicfest Orchestra, Duquesne Symphony, College of Notre Dame Orchestra, Eastern Kentucky University Symphony, Central Kentucky Youth Symphony, Louisiana Youth Orchestra, Southwest Arkansas Symphony, Ball State Symphony, and University of Kansas Symphony.
Since 2004, David Allen Wehr has been a Yamaha Artist, and has recorded exclusively on their pianos since 1998.
From 1984-2004, he was on the Steinway Artist Roster.
Conductors with whom Mr. Wehr performed include Gennadi Rozhdestvenski, Jesus Lopez-Cobos, Sergiu Comissiona, Rafael Fruhbeck de Burgos, Varujan Kojian, Jane Glover, Catherine Comet, Julius Rudel, C. William Harwood, Franz-Paul Decker, Orcenith Smith, Frank Collura, Walter Weller, Victor Pablo Perez, Adrian Sunshine, Carlos Piantini, Rafael Villanueva, Alvaro Manzano, Roselin Pabon, David Ramadanoff, Beatrice Brown, Thomas Crawford, Robert Linder, David Gilbert, Richard Worthington, David Itkin, Charles Bontrager, Don Th. Jaeger, Corrick Brown, Prosinnias O’Duinn Leon Burke III, George Lawner, Ainslee Cox, James Kent, Sidney Harth, Manuel Jouen, Enrique Garcia Asencio, Earl Thomas, Russell Patterson, Alex Klein, Joseph Ceo, Henry Rosack, Timothy Jorgenson, Kypros Markou, Andres Cardenes, Robert Cameron, Jeffrey Turner and Antony Walker.