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Philip Browne ’14MM, horn, joins New Haven Symphony Orchestra

Brown, a student of William Purvis, appointed second horn in NHSO
November 6, 2013

browne_philipPhilip Browne ’14MM recently won the second horn position with the New Haven Symphony Orchestra. William Boughton is the orchestra’s music director and principal conductor.

Browne has performed professionally with the Baltimore Symphony, New World Symphony, National Philharmonic, Delaware Symphony, Harrisburg Symphony, Symphony in C, Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Mid-Atlantic Symphony, and the Fairfax Symphony, among others. He has performed internationally in venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, Kimmel Center, Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, Suntory Hall, Esplanade Concert Hall, Kitara Concert Hall, Osaka Symphony Hall, and many others.

Philip Browne has performed extensively with various chamber groups, including the Clipper City Brass Quintet, Bay Street Brassworks, and the Atlantic Wind Quintet. Festival appearances include the Pacific Music Festival, National Orchestral Institute, Singapore Sun Festival for the Arts, and the Garrett Lakes Arts Festival.

Browne received his bachelor’s degree and Graduate Performance Diploma from the Peabody Conservatory of Music. He is currently pursuing a Master of Music degree in horn performance at the Yale School of Music.

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