christopher glansdorp

cello & electric cello

performance / recording

orchestral experience

    Palm Beach Opera Orchestra: 1994-Present

        Principal, 1999-Present, Acting Principal, 1998-99,Associate Principal, 1994-98

    Symphonia Boca Raton: Principal, 2005-Present

    Atlantic Classical Orchestra: Assistant Principal, 2012-Present

    Southwest Florida Symphony Orchestra: 1995-Present

        Section, 2017-Present, Substitute, 2007-2016, Section, 1995-98, 2003-2007, Acting Principal, 1998-99, 2002

    Kravis Center Pops Orchestra: Principal, 2015-Present

    Charleston Symphony Orchestra: Section (Guest Musician), 2014-Present

    Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra: Substitute, 2019-Present

    Palm Beach Symphony: Principal, 2001-2014

    Florida Grand Opera: Principal, 2010-2014

    Florida Philharmonic Orchestra (& Florida Grand Opera): 1996-2003

        Substitute, 1996-2001, 2002-03, 1-year Section, 2001-02

    Boca Pops (& Miami City Ballet): Section, 1994-2001

    Des Moines Metro Opera: 1994-95

        Assistant Principal, 1995, Section, 1994

    Akron Symphony Orchestra: Section (4th Chair non-rotating), 1989-91

    Butler County Symphony Orchestra (PA): Section, 1984

related orchestral experience

    The New World Symphony: Co-principal, 1990-94

    National Repertory Orchestra: Section, 1990,1992

    Chautauqua Music School Festival Orchestra: Assistant Principal, 1989

    Heidelberg Castle Festival Orchestra (Germany): Section, 1988

    Aberdeen International Youth Festival (Scotland): Assistant Principal, 1987

    Eastman Philharmonia: Section / Rotating Principal, 1986-89

    Boston University Tanglewood Institute: Section, 1985

    Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra: Section / Co-principal, 1982-84

    North Pittsburgh Civic Symphony: Section, 1980-83

musical theater

    Aida (The King’s Academy, 2 weeks), 2019

    Phantom of the Opera (2 weeks), Beauty and the Beast (Maltz Jupiter Theatre, 3 weeks), Ghost (The King’s Academy, 2 weeks), 2018

    Phantom of the Opera (2 weeks), Matilda (2 weeks), The Sound of Music (1 week), Sweeney Todd (Palm Beach Dramaworks, 3 weeks),

        Beauty and the Beast (The King’s Academy, 2 weeks), Newsies (Maltz Jupiter Theatre, 3 weeks), 2017

    Matilda (1 week), 2016

    Newsies (1 week), Phantom of the Opera (2 weeks), Pippin (1 week), 2015

    A Little Night Music & 110 in the Shade (Palm Beach Dramaworks), 6 weeks, 2015

    The Spitfire Grill (The Naples Players): 4 weeks, 2014

    Les Miserables (The Naples Players): substitute 1 week, 2013

    The Lion King (5 weeks), 2012

    The Addams Family (1 week), 2011

    Mary Poppins (3 weeks), 2010

    The Color Purple (1 week), 2009

    My Fair Lady (2 weeks), Camelot (2 weeks), The Lion King (7 weeks), 2007

    The Light in the Piazza (1 week), 2006

    The King and I (3 weeks), The Producers (5 weeks), 2004

    The Last 5 Years (Florida Stage): 7 weeks 2003

    The Lion King (7 weeks), The Spitfire Grill (Florida Stage): substitute 2 weeks, 2002

    Ragtime (3 weeks), 1999

    Beauty and the Beast (8 weeks), Peter Pan (1 week), Show Boat (8 weeks), 1998

    Seaside Music Theater (Daytona Beach, FL): Principal, 1996

education

    Bachelor of Music: Eastman School of Music, Rochester, NY, 1989

    Master of Music: University of Akron, Akron, OH, 1991

principal instructors

    Michael Haber, University of Akron: 1989-91

    Steven Doane, Eastman School of Music: 1985-89

    Henrietta Voyvodich, Pittsburgh, PA: 1982-89

    Marianne Wion, Pittsburgh, PA: 1977-82