Annemarie Guzy is the Director of Education at the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. In this role she oversees the Midweek and Family concerts, the Music Box Series, side-by-side programs for high school students, and the world-renown Academy programs for adult musicians. Responsible for designing over fifty concerts annually, Ms. Guzy is a fierce advocate for arts-integrated, STEAM-activated concert experiences that are highly participatory opportunities for audiences of all ages. With a Masters in Piano Performance from New England Conservatory, and a dual degree Bachelors in English Literature and Music from Brown University, Ms. Guzy has worked in arts education both nationally and internationally at the Seattle Symphony, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in the United Kingdom, The Dominican Dream Project in the Dominican Republic, as an Albert Schweitzer Fellow in Boston, MA, and at CVS Highlander Elementary School in Providence, RI.
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