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Hailed by the New York Music Daily as a “carefree” and “soulful” player, Kevin A. Virgilio is a Boston-based trombonist and educator who’s performances run the gamut of contemporary and classical styles.


An active freelance musician, Dr. Virgilio has recently appeared with the Rhode Island Philharmonic, the New York Festival Orchestra, the Pittsburgh Concert Chorale, the Bergen Symphony Orchestra, and the Westchester Oratorio Society. Dr. Virgilio has also made several appearances in the orchestras for many notable musical theater productions, including West-Side Story, In the Heights, A Christmas Carol, An American in Paris, Disney's Frozen, and The Music Man. He is currently on faculty at Needham Music in Needham, Massachusetts, and formerly a Teaching Artist with the Handel and Haydn Society.


Included among his many engagements in the upcoming season is the New England premier of Tōru Takemitsu's delicate and lyrical Fantasma/Cantos II for trombone and orchestra with the Boston University Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Sarah Ioannides.


Kevin lives in Jamaica Plain with his wife Jenna and their grey tabby cat, Daisy. He loves to run and train for road races with his running club for wind instrumentalists, Run With the Winds.

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