David Glen Hatch
David Glen Hatch graduated from Brigham Young University in 1978 with a bachelor's degree in piano performance. While there he received the Outstanding Pianist Award. He then attended the Conservatory of Music, University of Missouri-Kansas City, where he completed his MM and DMA degrees summa cum laude and received the Outstanding Graduate Pianist Award.
He has composed and arranged countless songs and has performed all over the world, appearing on every continent except Antarctica and Africa. His numerous CDs have received Grammy Awards for Best Patriotic Album, Best Classical Album, and many others. Hatch is an award-winner in multiple regional, national, and international piano competitions and has taught master classes and lectures all over the world.
In 2012 he wrote and published Praiseworthy Music and Spiritual Moments, a memoir highlighting the universal power and language of music.
He was invited by the renowned conductor Vladimir Sirenko of the National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine to perform at the Mariinsky Palace in the Ukraine in July 2004.
Hatch and his wife, Paula, have five children and live in Utah.