Orlando Pandolfi

Orlando Pandolfi (French horn, trumpet) holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Orchestral Performance from The Juilliard School, where he was the recipient of the E. and W. Naumberg Scholarship, the Jerome Greene Fellowship, and was a teaching fellow for Juilliard professor Mary Anthony Cox. As a horn player, he has performed extensively throughout the United States and Europe, as well as in China, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Maccau, performing with ensembles such as Orpheus Chamber Orchestra Winds, Nova Filarmonia Portuguesa, the Gotham City Wind Quintet, Orchestra Nazionale di Santa Cecilia, the Oregon Symphony, Boston Festival Orchestra, Boston Civic Symphony, Berkshire Symphony, New Haven Symphony, and many others. Mr. Pandolfi has taught at the Tabor Academy, Deerfield Academy, Amherst College, and Williams College and is currently the director of the Music Program at St. Paul’s School.