Artistic Leadership

Artists with a Vision

 

Michael Francis
Mainly Mozart Festival Music Director

Mainly Mozart’s dynamic new Music Director Michael Francis has quickly established himself as a conductor of international reputation, forging collaborations with the world’s leading orchestras. Just months after his appointment as Music Director of the Mainly Mozart Festival in late 2014, his appointment as Music Director of The Florida Orchestra was announced. Francis also enters his fourth season as Chief Conductor and Artistic Advisor to Sweden’s Norrköping Symphony Orchestra.

William-Preucil

William Preucil

Festival Orchestra Concertmaster / MMYO Advisor

William Preucil has been Concertmaster of the Mainly Mozart Festival Orchestra since its first performance in 1989. He also serves as Artistic Advisor to the Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra.

Anne-Marie

Anne-Marie McDermott

Spotlight Series Curator

Spotlight Series Curator since 2012, pianist Anne-Marie McDermott balances a versatile career as soloist and collaborator, performing over 100 recitals, concerti, and chamber music concerts yearly.

Tim-Mullen

Dr. Tim Mullen

Mozart & the Mind Creative Director

Tim Mullen is a neuroscientist, educator, and artist. He holds degrees in computer science and cognitive neuroscience from UC Berkeley (BAs, highest honors) and UC San Diego (MS, PhD), where honors included Glushko and San Diego Fellowships, and the Chancellor’s Dissertation Medal.

Hernan-Constantino

Hernan Constantino

Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra Music Director

Actively involved in the San Diego classical music scene since 1990, Hernan Constantino is Music Director/Conductor of Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra’s Intermediate and Advanced Orchestras.  Mr. Constantino enjoys a three-pronged career: that of violinist, conductor, and educator.

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Jane Frey

Mainly Mozart Youth Orchestra Associate Music Director

Jane Gayle Frey is a highly accomplished musician and educator with more than 30 years of experience. She has performed with nationally-recognized orchestras and served as a faculty member and professor at two San Diego universities.

 
 
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