Featured Artist - Paul Rosenberg

Mr. Paul Rosenberg performs on horn in many circles, having played in American, European and other international orchestras, as well as chamber groups, studio recordings, and opera, also instructing at colleges and workshops. A member of the East Wind Quintet out of Lehigh University, where he is also a professor of horn, Paul freelances in the PA-NJ-DE Tri-State area, while maintaining contracts with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra and the Reading Symphony Orchestra, under Andrew Constantine.

Paul was Principal Horn in the Israel Chamber Orchestra under Shlomo Mintz, and also held positions in the Gulbenkian Orchestra of Lisbon, Portugal as well as playing Principal in orchestras in Spain and Mexico. Mr. Rosenberg played with the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia for seven years, where the Philadelphia Inquirer wrote, “Of particular note were hornists Paul Rosenberg and Richard Swartz, who maintained a solid sound with distinct clarity throughout the concert.” He was with Opera Festival of New Jersey, and often plays with the Opera Company of Philadelphia, and as soloist with the Ama Deus Ensemble and Camerata Ama Deus. He is a studio musician with Sigma Sound and Gamble and Huff studios, and has played on recordings with the Chicago Symphony and the Gulbenkian Orchestra as well as live radio broadcasts while in Israel.

Having coached horn at Bryn Mawr/Haverford Colleges, and acting as resident artist at the Sewanee Music Festival, Mr. Rosenberg maintains his own thriving private teaching studio. His own training includes the Civic Orchestra of Chicago under Daniel Barenboim, George Solti and James dePriest, the National Orchestra Institute under David Zinman and Andrew Litton, and advanced private studies with Eyal Vilner of the Jerusalem Symphony, Randy Gardner of the Philadelphia Orchestra and his longtime mentor and teacher, Dale Clevenger, Principal Horn of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.