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Lindsay Bronnenkant

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Lindsay Bronnenkant

Biography

Lindsay Bronnenkant (b. 1988) is American composer, conductor and student.

Ms. Bronnenkant currently [2021] studies with Mark Scatterday at the Eastman School of Music in pursuit of a Doctorate of Musical Arts degree in wind conducting. She received her master’s degree in wind conducting from the University of Michigan under the tutelage of Michael Haithcock. Her talents as a conductor have earned her several honors, including an invitation to conduct the United States Army Band “Pershing’s Own” at their 2017 Conductors Showcase.

Ms. Bronnenkant is director of the Hobart and William Smith Colleges Community Wind Ensemble. Prior to her graduate studies Bronnenkant served as director of bands at the Aquinas Institute of Rochester, director of the University of Rochester Pep Band, and interim conductor of the Brighton Symphony Orchestra. She is an alumna of the Nazareth College of Rochester (B.M., music education), where she studied conducting privately with Jared Chase and Nancy Strelau. She additionally holds a degree in science from the University of Rochester (B.S., brain and cognitive sciences).


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