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Adam Dinitz joined the Houston Symphony as Solo English Hornist in September of 2007. Prior to joining the Houston Symphony, Mr. Dinitz held positions with the San Francisco Symphony, The Florida Orchestra, and the Sarasota Orchestra. He has participated in many summer festivals, including the Tanglewood Music Center, the Sun Valley Summer Symphony, Spoleto USA, and the St. Bart's Music Festival, among others. Mr. Dinitz is active as a soloist and chamber musician, recently featured with Da Camera of Houston, as well as frequent performances with The Greenbriar Consortium.
In July 2005, Mr. Dinitz was selected to perform the world premiere of John Harbison's Crossing, for Phil West at the Aspen Music Festival in Aspen, CO. Mr. Dinitz is the co-founder of
Noncert, a concert series which seeks to perform classical music outside of traditional venues. A native of suburban Washington, DC, Mr. Dinitz received a bachelor of music from Northwestern University and a Master of Music from Rice University.
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Hear what Adam enjoys most about being a Houstonian.
What is the last recording/song on your iPod that you listened to?
The Avett Brothers, and Stevie Wonder.
If you weren't a musician, what would you most like to do?
I would be a movie director.
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