Jacqueline Wogick to Conduct Salisbury Symphony Orchestra
SALISBURY, MD---Director Jacqueline Wogick leads the Salisbury Symphony Orchestra at Salisbury University (SSO) in a program featuring the works of Grieg, Schubert, Saint-Saens and Mozart during the orchestra’s Spring Concert 2 p.m. Sunday, May 9, in Holloway Hall Auditorium. “There is such warmth, dedication and enthusiasm in the students and the community members of the SSO,” the new director said. “I’m looking forward to conducting them in concert.” Wogick joined SU’s Department of Music as a faculty member in January as lecturer and director of instrumental activities. With a background as a pedagogue, she has directed ensembles throughout the Midwest including the Baroque Ensemble and Music Suite String Ensemble and Cello Choir in Iowa City, IA, and Blue Lake International Youth Orchestra in Twin Lake, Michigan. She most recently has conducted the Syracuse University Symphony Orchestra. A professional cellist, she has played nationally and abroad, touring with the Warner Brothers Symphony Orchestra, Blue Lake Chamber Orchestra and American String Quartet of Twin Lakes. She is a member of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra; Quad City Symphony in Davenport, IA; and West Virginia Symphony in Charleston, WV. She is also an active recitalist and the cellist for the Calyx Quartet of Iowa City and the Green Oaks Chamber Players in Galesburg, IL. Completing her doctorate in performance and pedagogy at the University of Iowa and her second masters in orchestra conducting at Syracuse, she earned her first masters at Northern Illinois University. She completed her bachelor’s in cello performance at Chicago’s Roosevelt University and performed graduate work at the University of Southern California. Prior to joining SU, Wogick taught and performed at Northern Illinois University, The University of Iowa and Marshall University in West Virginia. In the summer she joins faculties at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp in Michigan, Point Counterpoint in Vermont, Iowa All-State Music Camp at the University of Iowa and the Heartland Suzuki Institute at the University of Northern Iowa. At SU, she also directs the SU Wind Ensemble and is the assistant director of the SSO affiliated Youth and Collegiate Orchestra. She is also director of the SU Wind Ensemble and assistant director of the SSO Affiliated Youth and Collegiate Orchestra. Admission to the Spring Concert is $15, $10 for seniors and SU ID holders, $5 for children. The public is cordially invited. For more information call 410-543-6030 or visit the SU Web site at www.salisbury.edu.