The Cleveland Orchestra announced today (30 April) that violinist Alexandria Preucil has been named an assistant concertmaster. She fills the position opened when violinist Lev Polyakin retired last October (2012). The orchestra’s other assistant concertmaster is Yoko Moore.
Music is in Preucil’s blood: she’s the daughter of the Cleveland Orchestra’s concertmaster, William Preucil. She joined the orchestra’s violin section in 2008. She holds a bachelor’s degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music.
Previously, Preucil was concertmaster of the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra. She has also held posts as assistant concertmaster with the Akron Symphony Orchestra and the Canton Symphony Orchestra.
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