David Mauk is a composer and performer from Ohio now living in Las Vegas, composing by day and working at night as a Vegas musician.
David composed the background music for the National Geographic international “Tutankhamun”, “Cleopatra” and “Real Pirates” museum exhibits. “Tut” was the #1 attended attraction in 2007 and 2008 in the world and his music has been heard by over 10 million people in several venues including LACMA, the Ft. Lauderdale Museum of Art, the Denver Museum of Art, the Field Museum of Chicago, the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, the Discovery Times Square Exposition in New York City, the O2 in London, England and the Kunst Historisches Museum in Vienna, Austria. The “Tut” audio tours featured Mauk’s music with narration by Omar Shariff and Harrison Ford. His music has also been heard on CNN.
Current museum events include a King Tut exhibition open in Melbourne, Australia and Minneapolis, Minnesota. The newest exhibit, “Cleopatra; The Search For The Last Queen Of Egypt” is now showing at the Cincinnatti Museum Center.
David’s second album “Ground Swell” has been named to the “Best of 2010” New Age music list on Amazon.com and awarded ‘Best Groove/Chill’ Album of 2010 by the Zone Music Reporter, voted on by over 200 radio broadcasters around the world. David’s first album “12 MONTHS” was nominated for “Best Electronic Album” and “Best New Artist” at the ZMR awards in 2009.