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LSO Music Director Adrian Slywotzky is in the Doctor of Musical Arts program at the University of Michigan, studying under Professor Kenneth Kiesler. For his Masters in Orchestral Conducting from the Yale School of Music, he studied with Shinik Hahm. Slywotzky was the founding conductor of the Yale Medical Symphony Orchestra, and from 2007 to 2010 he served as the director of the New Haven Chamber Orchestra.

Following his passion for teaching, Slywotzky has worked as an educator throughout New England. Since 2005, he has been on the conducting staff of the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras, and he was interim conductor of the Greater New Haven Youth Orchestra for the 2008-2010 seasons. For five years, Slywotzky was Director of Instrumental Music at Hopkins School in New Haven, and he has taught at Neighborhood Music School, Elm City ChamberFest, and the Southern Maine String Camp. As a violinist, he has participated in festivals including Tanglewood Music Center, California Summer Music, and the Norfolk Contemporary Music Festival.

Slywotzky holds a BA in Architecture from Yale College, where he studied violin with Kyung Yu, and an MM in Violin Performance from the Yale School of Music, where he studied with Wendy Sharp. We are thrilled to welcome Adrian Slywotzky as the new Music Director of the U-M Life Sciences Orchestra!

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Adrian Slywotzky, LSO Music Director