A North Carolina native, David Lamm has lived in Atlanta for 20 years now. He is principal horn of the Atlanta Wind Symphony (including a 2005 Carnegie Hall debut), a member of the Johns Creek Symphony and has performed with the Columbus, Greenville, Atlanta Pops and Atlanta Symphony Orchestras. David also performs regularly with several chamber music ensembles.  He studied horn with James Parnell of East Carolina University and Brice Andrus and Susan Welty of the Atlanta Symphony. He is a graduate of North Carolina State University in Industrial Engineering and Computer Science.

David has played in back-up orchestras for such stars as Josh Groban, Ray Charles, Dionne Warwick and Burt Bacharach, Olivia Newton-John, Michael Bolton and Joni Mitchell.  He's performed in such venues as Carnegie Hall, Atlanta Symphony Hall. Fox Theater, Rialto Theater, Chastain Park, Atlanta Civic Center, Spivey Hall and was the featured soloist in Richard Strauss' Concerto No. 1, for the grand opening of the Roswell Cultural Arts Center to a packed house.  He has played in church services for over 50 churches, and has performed in over two dozen weddings in Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina.  Recently, he was featured in 3 performance of Franz Strauss' Fantasie for Horn, with the Zephyr Brass Choir.

David likes to focus on solo repertoire for horn  with piano or organ.  He has special interest in chamber ensembles such as woodwind quintets, brass quintets, and low brass trios.  A more recent interest is building a repertoire of music for horn and chorus.