Welcome to my home.
Allow me to take your hat.
(Does anybody still wear a hat?)
Get to know me!
I’m nice. I promise.
Thanks for taking the time to visit my website! I am a multi-hyphenate artist and teacher based in New York City. For ten years, I taught voice at Marymount Manhattan College and currently serve as an adjunct professor at Wagner College. I’ve had the pleasure of presenting sessions and workshops around the country and internationally. In 2010, I won the NATS Composition Award with my song cycle, “Missed Connections.” I’ve been honored to have my work heard at concerts produced by Friends & Enemies of New Music, Joy in Singing, Lyricfest, and Songfest, along with world premieres at Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. With my collaborators Tom Gualtieri and Michael Zam (“Feud”), I’m working on a musical adaptation of Henry James’ The Wings of the Dove.
Tom and I are also the creators of the new video series “Draw the Circle Wide.” I am the Founder and President of ContemporaryMusicalTheatre.com, the largest online database of contemporary writers and songs. I co-authored “Mastering College Musical Auditions” with business partner Laura Josepher. I also musical direct and, every once in a while, take the stage myself.You're obsessed with me! Keep Reading…
There’s a Lot Going On
Blog posts and news and events and whatnot.
Sisco & Josepher Launch Radio Show
David Sisco and Laura Josepher will launch a new radio show entitled “In Between the Lines” on MusicalTheatreRadio.com on Saturday, January 16 @ 10 AM (EST). The 30-minute show features great under-sung contemporary musical theatre songs and interviews with the writers about how they created them. Check it out!Keep Reading
David is Married!
David Sisco and Elbert Ma were married on Saturday, September 19, 2020 in South Yarmouth, Massachusetts on Cape Cod with a small group of close friends and family present, socially distanced. While it was far from the wedding they had imagined, it was perfect in almost every way.Keep Reading
NATS Journal of Singing Publishes Sisco’s Research Article
David’s research article “Bringing a Different Kind of Research into the Studio” was published in the September/October 2020 edition of the NATS Journal of Singing. The article explains how the scientific research of curiosity, vulnerability, mindfulness, and self-care can enhance the work voice teachers do with their students in the studio.Keep Reading
Sisco becomes Adjunct Voice Faculty at NYU Steinhardt
David is very pleased to be joining NYU Steinhardt’s voice faculty this Fall, working with undergraduate and graduate singers in a variety of majors. David is thrilled to be collaborating with the engaged and supportive faculty at Steinhardt.Keep Reading
Gualtieri & Sisco Release Songs from “Draw the Circle Wide”
Tom Gualtieri and David Sisco just released the first of 4 songs written for their video series, “Draw the Circle Wide,” dedicated to the importance of equity in the theatre industry. Click here to watch Jonathan Burke’s performance of “I Don’t Want to Go.”Keep Reading
CMT.com 2nd Virtual Concert
ContemporaryMusicalTheatre.com holds its second virtual concert on Monday, August 3 at 7 PM (EST). The concert will feature the premiere of Tom Gualtieri and David Sisco’s “I Don’t Want to Go,” written for Broadway actor Jonathan Burke. Learn more about Jonathan and the creation of the song through Gualtieri & Sisco’s video series, “Draw the Circle Wide.” Click here to register for the concert.Keep Reading
NYU Vocal Faculty Summer 2020
June 22, 2020: For the third year, David will serve on the voice faculty of NYU Steinhardt’s Summer Virtual Musical Theatre Workshop and Remote Contemporary Vocal Workshop. You can read more about them here.Keep Reading
NATS Virtual Conference
May 18 : David and his colleague Laura Josepher will present their session “Teaching Contemporary Musical Theatre” at the NATS Virtual Conference June 24 – 30. For more information, click here.Keep Reading
Virtual B’way Concert
April 27: ContemporaryMusicalTheatre.com presents their first virtual concert featuring some of Broadway’s brightest performers. Click here to watch.Keep Reading
Listen to Me!
A few of my favorite compositions. There’s a lot more, though.
I've got something to say!
Give me a shout. Get in touch. Let your fingers do the walking. Drop me a line. Shoot me a note. Do it now.