Conductor of Junior Repertory Orchestra
Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, violinist John Holland has performed extensively as a soloist and with numerous orchestral and chamber ensembles in Boston and abroad. Since January 2002, Mr. Holland has been performing regularly with the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Holland’s orchestral engagements also include regular performances with the Boston Pops, the Rhode Island Philharmonic, the Chamber Orchestra of Boston, and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Chamber Orchestra. As a chamber musician, Mr. Holland has performed as a guest artist with the Chamber Music Foundation of New England, the Radius Ensemble, the Tanglewood Fromm Players, the Callithumpian Consort, the South Coast Chamber Music Society, and with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Holland has also had the opportunity to work with such prominent contemporary composers as John Harbison, George Perle, Elliott Carter, and John Corigliano. An active teacher in the Boston area, Mr. Holland has a private studio and coaches chamber music and orchestral ensembles for both the Boston Youth Symphony Orchestras and the New England Conservatory Preparatory School.