Music Director and Conductor

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Jon Kalbfleisch
Music Director and Conductor
3729 Gunston Road
Alexandria, Virginia 22302
703-820-6748 (home)
[email protected]
Positions
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Music Director and Conductor, Lawton Philharmonic, Lawton, Oklahoma
(2006-Present)
Resident Music Director, Signature Theatre, Arlington, Virginia (1991-Present)
Music Director, 50th Anniversary Concert of West Side Story, Library of
Congress (2007)
Music Director and co-conductor, Gilbert Mead: A Celebration, Kennedy Center
(2008)
Associate Conductor, The Nutcracker, The Washington Ballet (1998-2007)
Associate Conductor, Les Misérables, Marius Company, National Tour and
Broadway (1996-1997)
Assistant Conductor, Ash Lawn Highland Opera Festival (1990)
Music Director, Perspectives Chamber Ensemble, SMU (1986)
Assistant Conductor, SMU Symphony (1986-1987)
Competitions (Conductor)
 Bradetich International Double Bass Competition Finals, UNT, Denton, TX
(2010)
 Louise D. McMahon International Piano Competition Finals, Cameron
University, Lawton, Oklahoma, (1995)
Guest Conductor
 Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute, Quartz Mountain, Oklahoma (2006)
 Fairfax Symphony Pops, Orkney Springs, Virginia (2005)
 McLean Orchestra, McLean, VA (2002)
Awards
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Five Helen Hayes Awards for Outstanding Musical Direction in Washington
DC Theatre (21 nominations)
Regional Tony Award, 2009 (Signature Theatre-Resident Music Director)
Grammy Nomination (2009) MASS by Leonard Bernstein, Baltimore
Symphony, (Pianist)
Recordings (Pianist)
 MASS by Leonard Bernstein, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, Marin Alsop,
conductor (2008)
Television
 For Alan Jackson on Good Morning America, ABC-TV (2002)
Competitions (Participant)
 Exxon Affiliate Artists Program Auditions, Utah Symphony, (1986)
 National Repertory Orchestra, Semi-finals (1986)
 Hartford Conducting Competition, Finals (1987)
Artists
Training
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Kathy Bates, Carol Burnett, Pat Carroll, Dixie Carter, Sutton Foster, Lynn
Harrell, George Hearn, David Kim, Bronson Pinchot, John Raitt, Chita
Rivera, Lea Solonga, and Frederica von Stade
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Master of Music, Orchestral Conducting, Southern Methodist University
(1987)
Bachelor of Arts, Piano Performance, Cameron University (1985)
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