Jay Friedman has been Principal trombone of the Chicago Symphony since 1965, touring to every corner of the globe. He is also active as a conductor, having now been named Conductor of the Year a record three time by the Illinois Council of Orchestras.
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Associate conductor Maurice Boyer is associate professor of music at Concordia University Chicago, where he conducts the chamber orchestra and women’s choir (Laudate), and teaches aural skills.
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John is in his ninth season with the Symphony. A graduate of the Indiana University School of Music, John is a serial performer while also working at Bein & Fushi where he sells fine string instruments and bows.
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David Leehey is President of the Symphony, MacDowell Artists Association, and a founding board member of Pianoforte Foundation in Chicago. David has lead the orchestra to its multi-award winning status, while maintaining his work as a physician at Loyola University Medical Center and Hines VA Hospital.
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