David Holter has studied piano with Barbara Lister-Sink at Salem College, with Keiko Sekino and Paul Tardif at East Carolina University, and with Jane Rose. In 2010, while suffering from a playing-related injury, he attended Dr. Lister-Sink’s Intensive Training Workshop in Injury-Preventive Keyboard Technique at Salem College, where he learned the principles of well-coordinated piano playing. In 2011, he graduated from Middlebury College with a BA cum laude in music composition, and immediately returned to Salem College to study the Lister-Sink Method in detail. In 2013, he completed the Certificate Program in Injury-Preventive Piano Technique at Salem College. He currently serves as pianist for Winston-Salem Friends Meeting Church, and teaches piano at the Community Music School at Salem College, Keith Cumbie’s “Music Can Change the World” Studio, and Mitchell’s Piano Gallery.