Richard McKay at Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

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Richard McKay served the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for three years as a Cover Conductor, as part of his graduate assistantship at the Peabody Institute of John Hopkins University. His responsibilities included assisting such conductors as Gunther Herbig, Carols Kalmar, Robert Spano, Andrew Grams, Jack Everly, and others, across a variety of programs, including classical, educational, outreach and pops concerts at the Meyerhoff Symphony Center and the Music Center at Strathmore.

Additionally, Richard McKay has conducting the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra on Beethoven’s Symphony No. 7 in a seminar taught by Marin Alsop.

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