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AKRON, Ohio - The Akron Symphony Orchestra has appointed Tallie Brunfelt as concertmaster for its upcoming concert season.
Serving as guest concertmaster for the night, Storm made her solo debut at 14 with the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra in Ukraine, where she was born.
With an international roster and a prominent representation of women musicians (both the concertmaster and principal oboe are female), the Lucerne Symphony is out to move up the international ranks from second tier to first.
For this concert, the ensemble expanded to a chamber orchestra of period instruments and performed sans conductor in traditional baroque practice, led by concertmaster William Bauer.
This year's festival features 23 musicians from 18 countries, including six concertmasters from international orchestras.
Halen has been concertmaster of the St. Louis Symphony since 1995.
Maestro Francis returns to his rightful place for the three remaining Festival Orchestra concerts, and Concertmaster Preucil will continue his invaluable, indeed irreplaceable, service as concertmaster.
Festival Orchestra concertmaster William Preucil was soloist in the violin concerto, the last one Mozart would write, in 1774.
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Origin and Etymology of concertmaster
First Known Use: 1873See Words from the same year
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Definition of concertmaster for English Language Learners
: a musician who is the leading violin player and the assistant conductor of an orchestra
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