David Stoltz - Owner, Entertainment Specialist & Musician
David Stoltz (DJ Stoltz) started music when he was only six years old on the piano, first learning music by ear and then eventually receiving music lessons in McMinnville, OR where he studied classical music. When he went into middle school he started on alto saxophone and played from 6th-7th grade, after which moving with his family to Bend, OR where he finished 8th grade playing tenor saxophone, piano and started on drums while being exposed to jazz, funk and r&b styles of music. In high school he expanded his saxophone playing to baritone and soprano saxophones, became a permanent drummer/percussionist in Mountain View High School's jazz ensemble and in 2004 created his own label DJ Stoltz Records after discovering the possibilities of digital music production using programs such as FL Studio, Reason and Adobe Audition.
2004 marked the beginning of Stoltz's DJ career, first performing for iSky's employee picnic where he had a job doing phone surveys, then eventually iSky's Holiday Party. David realized he had a love for performing at events and being responsible for the entertainment and this quickly expanded into his own mobile DJ business where he has since performed at a variety of weddings, birthday parties, sweet 16's, corporate events, school dances, proms, holiday parties and other events. 2006 marked his start of obtaining a music degree in college at Lane Community College being involved with the Lane Jazz Ensemble, Lane Symphonic Band and Jazz Combo programs performing on saxophone, piano, drums and percussion.
David has been involved with various musicals throughout Oregon including "They're Playing Our Song" (drums/percussion/sound effects), "Seussical The Musical" (drums/soprano saxophone), "Chicago" (drums/alto saxophone), "I'm Getting My Act Together and Taking It On The Road," (drums/alto saxophone) "Man Of La Mancha" (drums/percussion/guitar) and "Three Penny Opera" (drums/percussion/laptop programing and sequencing). Awards obtained includes a Varsity Letter Award, Outstanding Senior Jazz Musician and Outstanding Musician at Mountain View High School; Oregon Jr. Bach Festival on piano, Recognition of Outstanding Musicianship on drums at the Reno Jazz Festival, and an Eagle Scout.
Today David maintains an active gig schedule and is currently obtaining another degree in computer science to assist with music technology software and debugging in his spare time. He currently resides in Duck Town USA (Eugene, OR - GO DUCKS!). David also currently volunteers to do the youth dances for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and through this is experienced in creating a dancing atmosphere that is both clean and enjoyable for all ages to enjoy.