Jeremy Mastrangelo

Jeremy Mastrangelo was appointed Associate Concertmaster of the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra in 2001, and Concertmaster in December of 2010. During his tenure with the SSO he was a featured soloist with the orchestra on multiple occasions, including performances of Bach's Concerto for two violins with Jaime Laredo, Brahms' "Double" Concerto, and the Sibelius violin concerto. He has served as guest concertmaster of the Omaha Symphony, guest Principal Second violin of the National Arts Center Orchestra in Ottawa, co-concertmaster of the New World Symphony Orchestra in Miami, in the violin section of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and also as concertmaster and soloist with the Bach and Beyond festival in Fredonia, New York. Mr. Mastrangelo has been a finalist in the Julius Stulberg competition and was also the top prize winner in the National Federation of Music Clubs competition.. Mastrangelo has also performed numerous solo recitals throughout central New York, and has been featured on the Syracuse Friends of Chamber Music series on many occasions. From 2004 until 2009, he was an Affiliate Artist faculty member at Syracuse University.

From 2000 until 2006, Mr. Mastrangelo spent his summers in Colorado with his wife, Sara. First, he performed as a quartet musician at Steamboat Springs' Strings Music Festival, and for the next four years alternating as a section violinist and principal second violin of the Breckenridge Music Festival Orchestra under conductor Gerhardt Zimmerman. From 2005-2006 he served as concertmaster for the BMF. In that capacity, Mastrangelo soloed with the orchestra and is featured on a CD of Piazzolla's "Four Seasons". In 2011, Mastrangelo was appointed to the violin section of the renowned Glimmerglass Opera orchestra. Mr. Mastrangelo holds degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music and the University of Michigan where he studied with William Preucil and Paul Kantor, respectively.

An avid chamber musician, Mastrangelo has worked with members of the Audubon, Cleveland, Guarneri, and Juilliard string quartets. He has performed in various chamber ensembles for concerts at Hamilton College, LeMoyne College, SUNY Oswego, and Syracuse University.