Biography

chorus director

Over the past 20 years, ANTHONY TRECEK-KING has cultivated an international reputation as a choral conductor, scholar, pedagogue, and media personality. He was recently appointed as Associate Professor of Choral Music and Director of Choral Activities at The Hartt School (University of Hartford) and Resident Conductor with Boston’s Handel and Haydn Society.

Ensembles under his direction were integral to projects that have won a Pulitzer Prize (Madam White Snake), a Grammy Award (Fantastic Mr. Fox, Boston Modern Orchestra Project), and the National Arts and Humanities Youth Program Award (Boston Children’s Chorus). He has led performances in world-renowned venues including Boston’s Symphony Hall, the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall, and the Sydney Opera House. These performances mark his debut under San Francisco Symphony auspices.