David Lomascola earned his Master of Music Degree in Piano Performance at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He has won numerous awards and scholarships for his piano performances in both classical and popular music. As a professional musician David has performed throughout the United States in concerts, recitals, and production shows. He has been featured both on radio and television.

A Las Vegas resident since 1991, David has performed extensively on the Las Vegas Strip as both a solo performer and musical director. In 2008, David produced and headlined in a Branson Missouri stage production show entitled "Lomascola's Million Dollar Piano Show." For his part in the show, David was nominated and later awarded Branson's Best Instrumentalist of the Year Award.

Born May 6, 1961 in Los Angeles, California - David began playing the piano at the early age of 2 - entirely by ear. In addition to piano, David plays the violin, viola, cello, guitar, bass, drums, accordion, organ, and he also sings. This rare musical gift caught the attention of MGM Studios in Hollywood who invited David to participate in their gifted children's program.

David has studied with some of the world's greatest pianists, violinists, and music educators including: Evelyn Scott (violin virtuoso), Dr. Charles Hayden (violin pedagogue), Lee Richey (principle cellist - Phantom of the Opera orchestra), James Harvey (violin professor - College of Southern Nevada), Philip Lorenz (pianist, assistant to Claudio Arrau), James Barbagallo (pianist, 8th International Tchaikowsky Bronze Medalist), Ena Bronstein (pianist, Princeton University Piano Chair), Carol Stivers (pianist, UNLV Piano Chair), and world famous pianist Roger Williams.

A consummate performer, David Lomascola is also a professor of music. He maintains a successful private music school, the David Lomascola Music Studio, he is an adjunct University of Nevada, Las Vegas music professor, and he is the assistant professor of violin studies at the College of Southern Nevada.