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Anthony Trecek-King may not have intended to study music, but his talent set him on the path to becoming a conductor. Now the conductor for the Boston Children’s Chorus, his journey has taught him valuable life lessons that reach far beyond music. He shares with us insight into the interconnectedness of people and teaches us how to be our best selves while bringing out the best in others.
Anthony Trecek-King, Artistic Director, Boston Children's ChorusShow Biography
Since Anthony Trecek-King joined the Boston Children’s Chorus in 2007 as Artistic Director, the choir has earned a reputation as an ensemble of high musical excellence. As a conductor and clinician, Mr. Trecek-King has earned international acclaim conducting choirs and orchestras throughout Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas. He has worked with the National Youth Choirs in Great Britain and members of the Schola Cantorum de Venezuela, the Juvenil Schola Cantorum, and the University Simón Bolívar. He has led several orchestras, including the Omaha Symphony Orchestra, and he is active as a guest conductor and lecturer. At BCC, Mr. Trecek-King has established a unique music education curriculum that fosters independent thinking among young musicians. Students develop musical skills and receive leadership and life skills training. Before joining BCC, Mr. Trecek-King was a Professor of Music at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the Artistic Director of the Nebraska Choral Arts Society.
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