David Brutti studied saxophone with Jean Marie Londeix and Marie Bernadette Charrier at “Conservatoire de Bordeaux” where he got the “Medaille d’Or” and Chamber Music with Pier-Narciso Masi at “Accademia Pianistica Internazionale – Imola” were he got his “Master Diploma”.
From 2000 to 2008 David Brutti was awarded in more than fifteen international and national competitions including the Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition 2007 – Amsterdam, and “What’s Next 2006″ – Nuova Consonanza (Rome).
Since he is interested in researching and developing new musical languages, he regularly plays odds and unusual saxophones as soprano, bass and contrabass saxophones, the slide sax, the c-melody and c-soprano, the F mezzo-soprano, the EWI often in combination with electronic audio devices. He commissioned and premiered more than 30 original works and collaborates with many composers like Marco Momi, Andrea Manzoli, Ivan Fedele, Mauro Lanza, Andrea Agostini, Fabio Cifariello-Ciardi, Michael Edlund, Giorgio Magnanensi, Bernhard Lang, Terry Riley, Paul Dolden, Stefano Trevisi, Paolo Marzocchi, Christina Athinodorou, Paolo Baioni.
In 2001 with the pianist Filippo Farinelli he formed the “Duo Disecheis” an ensemble devoted to contemporary and XX century music.
He has given masterclasses at the Royal College of Music – London, Konservatorium Wien, Conservatorio Superior de las Islas Baleares – Palma de Mallorca where he is currently Professor of saxophone.