Walpole’s Own Anthony Princiotti to Conduct Beethoven Evening
Tickets for this special event are $15 and are available at Burdick’s Café in Walpole, Galloway Real Estate, and at the door on concert night. For more information, visit www.dartmouth.edu/~dso, or call (603) 646-3420.
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Anthony Princiotti is the Music Director of the New Hampshire Philharmonic Orchestra, the Conductor of the Dartmouth Symphony Orchestra and the Associate Conductor of the Vermont Symphony. He received his Doctor of Music degree from the Yale School of Music and a Bachelor of Music degree from the Juilliard School. He was awarded a conducting fellowship at Tanglewood, where he studied with Leonard Bernstein, Gustav Meier and Seiji Ozawa. Mr. Princiotti has been a recipient of the Marshall Bartholomew Scholarship, the Charles Ives Scholarship and the Yale School of Music Alumni Association Prize. Between 1981 and 1987, he was first violinist with the Apple Hill Chamber Players and has appeared as a guest conductor with the Calgary Philharmonic, the Vermont Symphony, the New England String Ensemble, the Hartford Symphony, the San Paolo State Symphony, the Yale Philharmonic, the Norfolk Festival Orchestra, the Pioneer Valley Symphony and the Young Artists Philharmonic. As a member of the faculty of Dartmouth College since 1992, he holds the rank of Senior Lecturer in Music. His recording of Telemann’s Twelve Fantasias for Unaccompanied Violin was recently released. He is the author of more than eighty articles about orchestral music, and is also the creator and producer of The Glass Bead Game, a radio program that combines music from widely different genres within the context of a chosen idea or theme.
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