Meet Anthony Parnther
Maestro Anthony Parnther has led orchestras in concert on five continents and in recording sessions for motion picture, television, album, trailer and video game music heard worldwide. His versatility has placed him onstage alongside artists in all genres including Frederica von Stade, Jessye Norman, the Canadian Brass, Doc Severensen, Maynard Ferguson, Arturo Sandoval, Beyonce, Edgar Meyer, Jon Faddis, Wes Borland, Imagine Dragons, and Rihanna.
Anthony is in demand as a conductor for recording sessions on motion picture, television and video game scores. He has led the Hollywood Studio Symphony on all of LA's historic scoring stages including 20th Century Fox, Sony Pictures, Warner Brothers and Capitol Records. In addition to his duties on the scoring stage, Anthony has been called to serve as guest cover conductor for the iconic Hollywood Bowl Orchestra as well as cover conductor for the newly formed Hollywood Chamber Orchestra.
Anthony is the Music Director and Conductor of the Los Angeles based Southeast Symphony. Founded in 1948, the historic Southeast Symphony is recognized as one of the most culturally diverse symphonic institutions in the world. Since taking the helm in 2010, Anthony has demonstrated a commitment to the performance of orchestral works of women composers and composers of color.
He has been lauded and recognized for his premieres of previously unknown or restored works by Florence Price, Zenobia Perry, Margaret Bonds, Renee Baker, John Wineglass, Scott Joplin, William Grant Still, Adolphus Hailstork, Duke Ellington, Samuel Coleridge Taylor amongst others. In 2015, Anthony was honored by Los Angeles' KCET as a "Local Hero" during Black History Month for his work and accomplishments with the Southeast Symphony.
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