David Ouzts has played organ recitals throughout the United States, presenting programs for a variety of occasions - solo recitals, organ dedication recitals, lecture recitals, organ concertos with chamber orchestras, and American Guild of Organists programs and demonstrations. 

He enjoys performing for audiences and always seeks to bring a balanced, variety of styles of organ music to his programming. 

He frequently presents organ demonstrations and tours for the music history classes of St. Mary's Episcopal School, the 875-student private girls school located on campus with Church of the Holy Communion in Memphis. He has also participated in "Pedals, Pipes, and Pizza" organ demonstrations for youth sponsored by various chapters of the American Guild of Organists.

A representative list of venues in which David Ouzts has performed organ recitals follows:


Berkeley, St. Mark’s Episcopal Church


Meriden, St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church

Wallingford, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

District of Columbia

Washington, National City Christian Church

Washington, Cathedral Church of St. Peter and St. Paul


Atlanta, Cathedral of St. Philip (Episcopal)


Bloomington, First Presbyterian Church

Columbus, First Christian Church

Indianapolis, Christ Church Cathedral (Episcopal)


Lawrence, Trinity Episcopal Church

Topeka, Grace Episcopal Cathedral

Topeka, First Lutheran Church

Topeka, First Presbyterian Church

Topeka, St. Philip Episcopal Church


Lexington, Christ Church Cathedral (Episcopal)

Louisville, St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church


Kansas City, Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral (Episcopal)

Kansas City, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church

New York

New York, St. Thomas Episcopal Church Fifth Avenue

North Carolina

Belmont, First Presbyterian Church

South Carolina

Charleston, St. John’s Lutheran Church (Spoleto Festival USA)

Greenville, Downtown Baptist Church

Greenville, John Knox Presbyterian Church

Greenville, St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church

Greenville, Trinity Lutheran Church

Laurens, First Baptist Church

Spartanburg, First Presbyterian Church

West Columbia, First Baptist Church


Bartlett, Bartlett United Methodist Church

Germantown, St. George’s Episcopal Church

Memphis, Church of the Holy Communion (Episcopal)

Memphis, Lord of Life Lutheran Church

Memphis, St. John’s Episcopal Church

Memphis, St. Mary's Episcopal Cathedral


Galveston, Moody Memorial First United Methodist Church

Galveston, Trinity Episcopal Church

Houston, Christ Church Cathedral (Episcopal)

Houston, Christ the King Lutheran Church

Houston, St. Luke’s United Methodist Church

West Virginia

Charleston, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church

Huntington, First Christian Church

Huntington, Trinity Episcopal Church

Wheeling, St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church