Biography of Musica Bella Orchestra member Cynthia Trostler
|Cynthia Trostler, horn, originally from Canada, is a relative newcomer to the New York area. In 1999, she received a Masters degree in horn performance from San Diego State University; she has also studied at the graduate level at the University of Arizona, and received a Bachelor of Music Degree with Honors in horn performance at the University of Western Ontario (London, Canada). She was inducted into Pi Kappa Lambda and Phi Kappa Phi honorary societies for high achievement in music and academics, and was a scholarship recipient at SDSU, UofA and UWO.
Her performing experience includes playing in the La Jolla Symphony and San Diego Wind Ensemble, and attending the Pierre Monteux School for Conductors and Orchestra Musicians in Maine. Locally, she is performing regularly with the Greenwich Village Orchestra, and has performed with the New York Repertory Orchestra, and the Garden State Philharmonic.
She also has experience as an arts administrator, having worked for the San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego Symphony, and La Jolla Chamber Music Society. She is currently working for Acoustiguide Corporation, who provides interpretive audio tours for museums around the world, and is best known locally for the recent Matisse-Picasso audio tour at MoMA Queens.
Musica Bella concerts: October 19, 2003