It is said that art reflects the heart of the artist and has the ability to touch  the soul. David's music does both of these things, helping to bring the listener to a peaceful and beautiful place. 

A small part  of David's musical universe was first imprinted on a CD when friends asked him to record a few songs he composed so that they could “take it home with them”. From there, it has expanded into a recording portfolio of 7 instrumental piano albums, 5 vocal albums, 8 singles, and sheet music for music groups for use in worship, with thousands of listeners in 137 countries around the world. 

More importantly, many have shared that David's music has helped to promote within them comfort, peace, inner healing, and a deeper walk with God.

Somewhat like a shooting star, David's music is unable to be confined into one style. His experience in the music genres of choral worship, jazz, rock, Broadway musicals, contemporary praise and worship and classical are combined into this musical galaxy. 

His expression of art is considered to be a musical icon, a work of art that speaks to each listener in a unique and powerful way, such as the instrumental album Walk With God, which seeks to reflect the charism of 10 mystics/saints. (One listener shared that she has listened to this CD every day for years, until it finally wore out:).

Infused in this art is a music reflection of David's real and sometimes very raw life experience, as shared through music in Grief to Grace, a musical exploration of the journey through grief after the passing of David's first wife, Nancy. 

Worship is ever present in David's music, as noted in his sheet music for worship, such as the SATB octavo of May the God of Peace.

One thing that remain consistent in this varied musical orbit is the movement of God in our lives as expressed in the album Walk on Water, songs filled with a musical journal of the beautiful joy and challenge that takes place when God's call is upon us.

Born in Connecticut, and an honorary Texan since 1994, David is a a Christian composer & recording artist, husband to lovely wife Sally, dad to two girls age 15 and 23, Director of Faith Formation at a vibrant Catholic Church in Houston, TX,  and elected care giver of two dogs, Lady and Ginger, and two cats, Sundae and Persia. David earned his Bachelor of Music in Arts from the University of St. Thomas Houston, Spiritual Director Certification from the Spiritual Direction Institute Houston and Masters in Pastoral Studies from Loyola University New Orleans. When not making music, David is making fantastic lattes, enjoying good food, moving furniture around the house, spending time with family and enjoying the beach. 

Proficient on drums, piano, guitar, voice and musical composition, David expresses his thanks to his sweet mama, who transported him to countless music lessons over the years, and to all of the wonderful mentors who assisted in his musical and character formation including but not limited to Mr. Bill Rotella (exceptional drum instructor and drum corp leader), Mr. Michael Carvin (Jazz recording artist, NYC), Professor Crow (chair, University of St. Thomas music department), Professor Tom Borling (Music composition and jazz professor and mentor), Nancy J Rofrano (First wife, now singing with the angels) , Mr. Jim Flynn (Bank VP who noticed hidden potential in me), Mr. Jack Jennings (Broadway musician and Juliard graduate), and Mrs. Jane Morland (Spiritual director) and Sally Candelaria Rofrano (my beautiful wife and soul-mate). Because of these wonderful people, David is able to share this gift of beautiful music with you, David shares, “Friends, never underestimate the value of being a mentor to someone; it can change the course of a person's life, as it did mine. Also, friends, thanks goes to you, our MVLs (most valuable listeners). You are the reason we are here and the reason that we are making music.