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PAUL PHILLIPS

Paul Phillips, Director of Orchestras and Chamber Music at Brown University, and music director and conductor of the Pioneer Valley Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, is an award-winning conductor, composer, and author. He has conducted more than sixty orchestras worldwide and worked with many prominent composers, including Steve Reich, Philip Glass, Steven Stucky, and Nico Muhly. His recordings include two compact discs with the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and three prior Naxos recordings—Music for Great Films of the Silent Era, Volumes 1 and 2, with the RTÉ National Symphony (Ireland) (8.572567/8.573105), and Manhattan Intermezzo with pianist Jeffrey Biegel and the Brown University Orchestra (8.573490). Phillips is the author of A Clockwork Counterpoint: The Music and Literature of Anthony Burgess (Manchester University Press, 2010), a study of Burgess’s music and the rôle of music in his writings, a subject on which he has lectured widely in the United States and Europe. Educated at Eastman, Columbia, Cincinnati, Aspen, and Tanglewood, where he studied with Leonard Bernstein, Seiji Ozawa, and Kurt Masur, Phillips began his conducting career at the Frankfurt Opera and Stadttheater Lüneburg, later holding posts with the Greensboro Symphony, Savannah Symphony, Rhode Island Philharmonic, and other orchestras.

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