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David Smith maintains a busy two-track career as professional musician
and university professor. He divides his time between his duties as
professor of music at the University of Delaware and on the professional
music scene as Principal Horn of Opera Philadelphia, the Chamber
Orchestra of Philadelphia, and the Philly Pops, in addition to frequent
appearances with the Philadelphia Orchestra and Orpheus Chamber
Recent career highlights have included a solo
appearance with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia at the Kimmel
Center and a European tour with Orpheus, and he is slated to join the
U.D. Wind Ensemble as soloist during their Spring 2015 festival
appearances in Taipei, Taiwan.
In previous seasons, Dr. Smith
has made numerous appearances with the Philadelphia Orchestra,
Metropolitan Opera orchestra, Orpheus, Orchestra of St. Luke's and New
York City Opera, as well as frequent performances of Broadway shows. He
has performed on tours of Europe and Asia with Orpheus and New York City
Opera, performed as soloist with the Juilliard Orchestra at Avery
Fisher Hall and can be heard on numerous commercial recordings,
including the original cast recording of Parade. In addition he
performed for two summers at the Marlboro Music Festival, a summer
artist residency at the Bowdoin Festival, two summers as faculty brass
coordinator at the AIMS Festival in Graz, Austria, and was the Winds and
Brass Concerto competition winner at the Aspen Festival in 1992.
2000-2003 Dr. Smith served as principal horn of the Florida
Philharmonic Orchestra and was for four years a member of the United
States Air Force Band in Washington, D.C. He previously held teaching
positions at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, and the University
Dr. Smith holds doctoral and master's
degrees from the Juilliard School, the Certificate of Advanced Studies
and Brass Teaching Licentiate (LRAM) from the Royal Academy of Music
London, the Associate's Diploma from the Royal College of Music London
(ARCM), and the Bachelor of Music from Indiana University. His teachers
have included Julie Landsman, Philip Farkas, Robert Elworthy, Richard
Watkins and Michael Hatfield.
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