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Gordon Gerrard

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Graham Scott

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Lionel Friend

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Derrick Inouye

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Howard Arman

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John Kennedy

John Kennedy

Praised for his “winning consistency and unflagging energy” by The New York Times, conductor John Kennedy has led acclaimed performances and over 300 premieres worldwide. His international career has included appearances spanning opera, orchestral and new music in New York, London, Zurich, Salzburg, Tokyo, Singapore, Daejeon, San Francisco, and Santa Fe. Acclaimed for his imaginative p... »

Samuel McCoy

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Braden Toan

Braden Toan

New Yorker Braden Toan’s eclectic career crosses from opera to American musical theater, as well as the symphony and choral worlds.  Trained at Oberlin Conservatory, the Julliard School and Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music to be a symphony and opera conductor, opportunity took him on a detour to Broadway in 1991 where he conducted the legendary hit MISS SAIGON and the 2002 revival of MAN O... »

David Neely

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Iván López Reynoso

Iván López Reynoso

Born and raised in Mexico, Iván is currently the Assistant Conductor of the Orquesta Filarmónica de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (OFUNAM). Future plans for the 14/15 season include Il viaggio a Reims for the Rossini Opera Festival in Pesaro, Italy; Gianni Schicchi for Teatro Bellas Artes; Die Fledermaus for Centro Cultural Bicentenario; Il Barbiere di Siviglia for Teatro del Bicenten... »

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