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William McGlaughlin

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Education
    Temple University — B.M. 1967, M.M. 1969
    Private study in conducting with William R. Smith, Max Rudolph,
    Private study in trombone with Henry Smith and Keith Brown.

Conducting
    St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, 1975-1982 — Exxon/Arts Endowment Conductor,
    Associate Conductor, Principal Conductor
    Eugene Symphony, 1981-1985, Music Director
    Tucson Symphony, 1982-87, Music Director
    San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, 1986-88, Music Director
    Kansas City Symphony, 1986- 1998, Music Director
    Guest conducting — Baltimore Symphony, Denver Symphony, Houston     Symphony, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, Minnesota Orchestra, National     Symphony, New Orleans Symphony, Oregon Symphony, Pacific Symphony,     Pittsburgh Symphony, St. Louis Symphony, Opera Theatre St. Louis, American     Music Theater Festival, San Antonio Festival, Chamber Music Northwest

Compositions
    Aaron’s Horizons, chamber orchestra (6/18/98 - St. Paul, MN, St Paul Chamber     Orchestra)
    Angelus, full orchestra (3/17/02 Minneapolis, MN, Minneapolis Civic Orchestra)
    Bela’s Bounce , full orchestra (10/4/98- Bloomington, Indiana, Camerata)
    Carol Antiqua, ensemble of neglected instruments, (12/23/00), A Prairie Home     Companion, Town Hall, New York
    Crooked Timber, full orchestra (1/23/98 - Kansas City, MO, KCSO)
    Surveying Lake Wobegon, narrator and full orchestra (9/3/00, Ravinia Festival)
    Solstice, full orchestra (12/10/97 - Kansas City, MO, KCSO)
    Three Dreams and a Question, chorus and orchestra (4/28/98 - Kansas City,     KCSO)
    Three Mile Table, sextet (7/18/98 - Elizabethtown, PA., Music at Gretna)
    Three Sketches for Three Winds (fl, ob, bssn) - 6/1/02 - Kansas City, MO
    Walt Whitman’s Dream (chorus and orchestra) 7/15/00, International Choral     Festival, Missoula, Montana

Composer in Residence
    Music at Gretna, 1998
    International Choral Festival, Missoula, Montana (2000) — Continental Harmony
    The Chamber Music Festival of the East, Bennington, Vermont, 2003

Radio, Television
    St. Paul Sunday, 1980-present, host
    Exploring Music with Bill McGlaughlin, host — begins to air October 6, 2003
    Center Stage from Wolftrap, 1998 to present, co-host
    Sprint Symphony Hour, 1988-1999, host
    In The Shadow of the Towers — September 11 memorial, narrator
    St. Mark Passion with Simon Russell Beales — PRI, Spring 2003, narrator
    Lessons and Carols from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, — PRI,     Christmas, 2003, narrator
    Music from Marlboro, 1990,1991, host
    The Kings Singers PBS Christmas Special, 1988, host/conductor
    BBC — The Spirit of the Age (Boston Early Music Festival), 1993, host
    PBS — Kansas City Symphony in Concert, 1987, host/conductor
    Concert Focus, KUAT-TV, 1986-87
    Music Notes, KCPT-TV, 1989-90

Orchestral positions
    Philadelphia Orchestra, 1967-68, Assistant Principal Trombone
    Pittsburgh Symphony, 1969-75, Co-Principal Trombone
    St. Paul Chamber Orchestra, 1975-82, Trombone

Recordings
    American Voices, Kansas City Symphony, KCSO
    Heartstrings, Kansas City Symphony, BMG,
    The Ghost Factory, Kansas City Symphony, Grammavision
    Claire de Lune and Sister Moon, producer, Ocean Records
    Azure-te, co-producer, Concord Records
    Collage, co-producer, Concord Records
    Daydream, co-producer, Concord Records
    Paris to Rio, co-producer, Concord Records
    Ballads, Remembering John Coltrane, co-producer, Concord Records
    In Blue, co-producer, Concord Records

Awards, honors
    Peabody Award, 1996 — St. Paul Sunday Morning
    Deems Taylor Award (ASCAP), 1990 — St. Paul Sunday Morning
    ASCAP Awards for programming — 1984, 1988, 1993, 1997, 1998
    Westminster College, 1990, honorary doctorate
    Rockhurst College, 1997, honorary.

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