Peter Sulski was a member of the London Symphony Orchestra for seven years. While in England he served on the faculty of the Royal College of Music and Trinity College of Music and Drama, as well as being Artistic Director of Chapel Royal Concerts, which he founded in 1993. For seven years he gave the annual Viola Masterclass, along with many solo recitals and chamber music concerts at the Dartington International Summer School. He gave his Carnegie Hall debut in 1999, and his first London South Bank appearance in 2001.

After a brief stint in the Middle East as Head of Strings of the National Palestinian Conservatory, Bicommunal Coordinator for chamber music for the Cyprus Fulbright Commission and Principal Violist of the Cyprus Chamber orchestra, Peter returned in 2002 with his wife Anita to his native Worcester. He is currently on the faculty as teacher of violin/viola/chamber music at Clark University and College of the Holy Cross. He is a member of QX and Mistral. Peter is also Artistic Director of the Thayer Festival in Lancaster, Massachusetts, and records for Centaur Records.


Educational and Artistic Positions

Trinity College of Music and Drama, London, England
Tutor, 1996-1999
     Coaching orchestral repertoire class.
     Orchestral string sectionals.
National Palestinian Conservatory of Music, West Bank, Israel
Head ofStrings, 1999-2000, Visiting Tutor, 1996-1999
     Schedule coordination of all Strings students.
     Private studio of rwemy students.
     String ensemble coaching.
Discovery Program, London Symphony Orchestra
Member, 1992-1999
     Educational project organization.
     Working with special needs children.
Darrington International Festival, T otnes, England
Artist in Residence, 1994-2001
     Solo viola master class (six students).
     Leader of orchestral workshop.
     Chamber music coaching.
Royal College of Music, London, England
Tutor, 1996-1999
     Post-graduate orchestral repertoire class.
Apple Hill Center for Chamber Music, NH, USA
Guest Faculty, 1996-2000
     Chamber music coaching.
Adirondack Chamber Music Festival, NY, USA
Faculty, 2001
     Individual twtion.
     Chamber music coaching.
Chapel Royal Concerts, Brighton, England
Founder and Director, 1990-2001
     Launched first weekly concert series in Brighton, over 500 concerts to date.
St. James Church, Picadilly, London
Director ofChamber Music, 1995-1998.
     Organization of chamber music concert series.
Notting Hill Concerts, London
Artistic Director, 1997-1998
     Coordinated concert series.
Westgate Chapel Concerts, Lewes, England
Founder and Director, 1993-1999
     Chamber music concerts in an historic setting.

Orchestral and Performance Experience

London Symphony Orchestra, 1992-1999
     Member; principal conductors Michael Tilsen Thomas and Sir Colin Davis.
Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, 1994-1996
     Tours ofUSA and Japan; principal conductor Sir Neville Mariner.
Cyprus State Chamber Orchestra, 1999-2001
     Principal violist; principal conductor Roland Melia.
Chamber Ensemble, members of London Symphony Orchestra, January 2000
     Tour of Israel; Tomer Lev, piano.
Apple Hill Chamber Players, USA, 1996-2000
     Tours of the Middle East, China, USA, Ireland, and England.
Tanglewood Festival Orchestra, USA, Summers 1987, 1988
     Principal and section violist, working with Leonard Bernstein, Michael Tilsen Thomas,
     Leon Fleischer, Hans Werner Henze.
Symphony Pro Musica, Hudson, MA, USA, 1983, 1984
     Principal conductor Mark Churchill.
Thayer Symphony Orchestra, Lancaster, MA, USA, 1981-1983
     Principal conductor Mark Churchill.



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