In the course of his international career Kerry Stratton has conducted orchestras in Europe, North America and Asia including the Czech Philharmonic Orchestra, the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra, and many others. Stratton has also conducted concert tours of his native Canada with such ensembles as the Vienna Concert-Verein, Orchestra Internazionale d’Italia and the Georg Solti Chamber Orchestra of Budapest. With a particular fondness for Czech music Stratton won the 2000 Masaryk Award for his services to Czech and Slovak culture and was decorated by the Czech government in 2007 at Cernin Palace, Prague, with the Gratias Agit Award. Stratton’s career has been committed in part to expanding the orchestral repertoire with new as well as undiscovered scores. His recordings can be heard on Hungaroton, Dorian, Toccata Classics and Classical 963 FM. He is currently conductor and music director of the Toronto Concert Orchestra.