Descended in one of Texas’ influential musical families, David Caceres is constantly on the break new floor by himself. Known for the lively, hard-edged firmness that he summons along with his saxophone, Caceres effectively fuses jazz, pop, R&B, and Latin affects. While his saxophone playing continues to be rooted in the noises of John Coltrane, Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, and Kilometers Davis, his performing displays a more-subdued, romantic, texture influenced by such pop and R&B vocalists as Chet Baker, Donny Hathaway, Frank Sinatra, and Stevie Question. Caceres was created to try out music. His grandfather, Emilio Caceres, performed jazz violin and led golf swing jazz orchestras in the 1930s and ’40s. His great uncle, Ernie Caceres, performed saxophone and clarinet in big rings led by Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, and Woody Herman. Learning piano from age four, Caceres turned to alto saxophone before his 12th birthday. He later on added soprano and tenor saxophone, clarinet, and flute to his arsenal of devices. After honing his abilities with a number of regional rings, Caceres received a scholarship or grant to study in the Berklee University of Music in Boston. Although he briefly worked well like a sideman in NY, pursuing his graduation in 1989, he came back to Tx and took a posture having a Houston-based jazz combo led by pianist Paul British. Caceres has maintained a busy routine like a musician. Furthermore to performing along with his personal straight-ahead music group, the David Caceres Quintet, he proceeds to utilize a fusion music group, Stratus, a funk group, Tkoh!, and different big rings. In 1992, he was highlighted in the Tx public radio present Live on the Getting: A Tribute towards the Jazz Legacy of Ernie and Emilio Caceres. A previous faculty member at HSPVA (SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL for the Executing and Visible Arts), Caceres shows in the music section from the School of Houston. He proceeds to perform frequently along with his quintet at Houston nightspots Cezanne’s and Ovations.