Michael Korn

Maestro Michael Korn has appeared extensively in Boston and the Greater Boston area and led orchestras in works ranging from Lully to contemporary orchestral music.  An avid American music advocate, Michael Korn premiered works by contemporary composers and conducted performances of Gaelic Symphony by Amy Beach, À Montevideo Symphony by Louis Moreau Gottschalk, and the Romantic Symphony by Howard Hanson. 

As an accompanist, Michael Korn has collaborated with many outstanding Boston musicians and young talented performers.  He regularly teaches students in orchestral settings and conducts Oliver Ames High School orchestras in Easton and Sharon Community Chamber Youth Orchestra.  In 2014 he directed the 2014 senior S.E.M.S.B.A. Festival Orchestra in Massachusetts. Most recently, Michael Korn conducted the US premiere of Schubert's Unfinished Symphony in a completed edition by German composer/scholar Benjamin-Gunnar Cohrs.  Michael Korn has also recently been named a finalist in the orchestral programming division of The American Prize, a national non-profit competition in the performing arts.

Michael Korn is Music Director of the Waltham Philharmonic Orchestra and Sharon Community Chamber Orchestra.