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David Tomasi was born in Laag, South Tyrol, Italy. He currently lives and works in USA.

Genre: Raethic Metal
Official website:


1995-1999: AVIL NOCTIS - David Tomasi: vocals and guitars; Stefano Sgarbossa: Guitars; Karl Sandner: bass; Philipp Zwerger: Drums

1998-1999: DDD BLUES BAND - David Tomasi: vocals and guitars; Diego Andreasi: guitars; Daniel Argenta: guitars

2000-2001: THE DAFFODILS - Valentina Schlagenauf and Federica Prisma: vocals; Claudia Filippi: vocals and guitars; David Tomasi: guitars; Ivano Fadanelli: bass; Andrea Calvi: drums

2006-2007: WINGS OF FOG - David Spanò: vocals and guitars; Timothy Tait: drums; David Tomasi: guitars and vocals

2007-2010: DAVID'S AVATAR / B PAINFULL- Roland Dorigoni: bass and vocals; Rudy Pellizzon / Manuel Mazzocchi: guitars and vocals; Timothy Tait: drums and vocals; David Tomasi: vocals and guitars

2009-2010: EMBRYONIC JAM - Hartmann Giovanett: guitars; Lorenz Rinder: drums; David Tomasi: vocals and bass

Prof. Dr. David Tomasi, PhD, MCSc, MA, AAT

University of Vermont Medical Center
Inpatient Psychiatry AT Therapist

University of Vermont College of Medicine
Research and Education Committee

CCV - Community College of Vermont
Faculty Member, Dept. of Social Sciences / Psychology, Arts and Modern Languages

University of Vermont
Instructor, Dept. of Distance and Continuing Education / OLLI Institute

VIC at St. Michaels College
Italian Language Instructor

CVU School Hinesburg
German Language Instructor, Access Program

Howard Center MHSA
Mental Health SR Counselor

Former teacher at the Waldorf School of Verona, he became professor at the Academy of Fine Arts of Verona, where he held the Photography graduate/undergraduate course for the Visual Art Department. Coordinator of the Art Lab at the Hospital Borgo Roma, Department of Psychiatry and Clinical Psychology, CSM for the National Observatory of Outsider Art. Since 2007 director of CRAM - Centre for Art Research in Mezzocorona (Tn), Italy, he curated the Giontech archeological site, centre of the Via Claudia Augusta, Italy/Austria/Germany. In 2010 worked as curator of Intersections, the young contemporary art section of the International Art Fair of Bolzano/Bozen/Bulsan kunStart.

He also held classes, conferences and lectures at: Archaeological Museum Ostiglia (Italy, 2009), South Tyrolean German Speaking Teachers' Association (Italy, 2008), University of Trento - TSM (Italy, 2007), University of Innsbruck (Austria, 2007), University of the Dolomitic Alps (Italy, 2007/2008), Albrecht Dürer Museum Nürnberg (Germany, 2007), Superintendence for History and Archaelogy of the Provinces of Bolzano and Trento (Italy, 2007-2009), Verein für Heimatpflege Innsbruck (Austria, 2007).

Tomasi has shown work internationally in many exhibitions and performances in Italy and abroad in theatres, museums and private/public institutions like: Teatro Cristallo Bolzano, Galleria Civica d'arte Contemporanea di Trento, MART Rovereto, Festival OrienteOccidente Rovereto, Bevilacqua La Masa Venice, Centro Internazionale della Grafica Venice, Teatro Città di Conegliano, Centro Internazionale Studi d'Architettura Palladio Vicenza, Teatro Antonianum Padua, Galleria San Fedele Milan, Festival Ritracciarti Mantua, Artissima Turin, PAN Naples, Manifesta 7 the Netherlands/Italy, VAC Ventabren France.

He won grants and prizes like: Cariverona Foundation University Grant (2004), Best Young Artist Prize - Toniolo Foundation (2003), Academy of Fine Arts Grant (2005), Biennial of Mantova - MAM (2004), One_Hop Extrart - RAI Jury Prize (2007), Best Artist Prize - Councillorship for Culture and Arts, Govt. of the Region Veneto (2003).

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