In 1997 David Delaney moved to New York City after having been accepted as a composer into the esteemed BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Writing Workshop where he studied under Skip Kennon, the late Richard Engquist and Maury Yeston in the advanced workshop. Notable works from David's classmates are “Frozen”, “The Book of Mormon”,”Avenue Q”,“If / Then”,“Next to Normal”,“Bring It On” and “Hands On A Hardbody”.
David has had his songs performed in various NYMF Festival projects as well as various cabaret performances.
Prior to his move to NYC, David wrote the scores to 14 children's musicals from age 17 to 22 as well as music directed, taught and performed in dozens of musicals in many of the surrounding Northeast repertory theaters.
He received a BA degree in Music Theory and Composition with an emphasis in vocal performance study with scholarship at The University of New Hampshire.
David currently resides in Manhattan with his husband and Broadway actor, Koh Mochizuki.
All music on this website was arranged and conducted by David.