Location: California, USA
David Mendoza began his singing career at the age of 7 in Guadalajara Jalisco. As a child, he was very active in church and local community choirs. In September of 1989 He moved with his family to San Antonio Texas where he joined the San Antonio Boys Choir and became Assistant Head Chorister in 1990. His love for the Arts and Music became his passion using his talents to help his community with musical technique and voice.
At the age of 13, he became the youngest Choir Director in The Light of The World Church in Huntington Park CA conducting a total of 74 voices. Although timid and shy at first, his unique conducting and extraodinary ability to transmit feeling to every musical piece made him one of the most respected conductors throughout the church worldwide. He continues to conduct the Choir in East Los Angeles and is the traveling National Choir Director giving workshops to both the choirs and conductors.
He is currently working with APS (Association of Professionals and Students a non-profit 501 (c)3) as the General Director of the Arts Department. The APS Master Chorale has been active since 2004 with its inaugural concert in UCLA's Royce hall called "The Voice of a Nation" celebrating our country through music and dance.
2005 Teatro de Gollado Guadalajara Jalisco "Los 7 Macabeos"
2007 Los Angeles California LLDM "The Phantom of the Opera"
2009 Kodak Theater (Dolby) "A Vision of Hope"
2010 Teatro Nacional San Salvador, El Salvador "A Vision of Hope"
2012 Royce Hall Los Angeles CA "A night at Broadway"