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Benjamin Spagnuolo


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About Benjamin Spagnuolo

Benjamin Spagnuolo is a graduate of the University of South Carolina School of Music. He played clarinet in the USC Symphony and the USC Wind Ensemble—the premier instrumental ensembles in the music school. He also served 3 years as President of the USC Clarinet Association and represented the group during the 2013 International Clarinet Association festival in Assisi, Italy. Spagnuolo continued his love of chamber music by studying under Professor Phillip Bush with a trio of flute, clarinet, and piano.

In the spring of 2014 he completed his student teaching assignments and earned his Bachelor of Music degree. Previously the Assistant Conductor for the Long Bay Youth Symphony and the Associate Conductor for the Columbia Community Orchestra, Spagnuolo worked to expand those programs.  In 2016 he was part of the Georgetown County Opera Project to premier the new American opera, Alice Flagg by Joseph Kaz. The opera was oversold and received well by the county. Later that year he conducted the New Symphony Orchestra in Sofia, Bulgaria, in part of the International Conducting Festival and is set to return in the summer of 2017.

An educator at heart, Spagnuolo has worked to foster growth in musicians of all ages.

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