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Jonathan Pasternack has conducted orchestras, opera and ballet in the United States and Europe. Born in New York City to an artistic family, he studied trombone, piano, violoncello, violin and percussion. He was awarded a scholarship to attend the Manhattan School of Music at the age of sixteen and also pursued undergraduate work in physical sciences and political philosophy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Winner of the Second Prize at the 2002 Cadaqués International Conducting Competition in Barcelona, he won fellowships to the Aspen Music Festival and distinctions at the Brevard Music Festival and the National Conducting Institute at the Kennedy Center. He has held positions with the Oregon Symphony, Bellevue Opera and the University of Washington School of Music, among others. His teachers have included Peter Erös, Neeme Järvi, David Zinman and Jorma Panula.

Role: Conductor 
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