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Name  Carol Jantsch

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Education  Interlochen Center for the Arts, University of Michigan

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Carolyn Mae "Carol" Jantsch (born on March 8, 1985) is an American tuba player. She is the daughter of a medical doctor and a Kenyon College vocal-music teacher, Nancy Jantsch. She began to study piano at age 6, and the euphonium at age 9. She took up the tuba in seventh grade.

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Jantsch graduated from Interlochen Arts Academy boarding high school in 2002, and is a 2006 graduate of the University of Michigan. While attending university, Jantsch auditioned for the New York Philharmonic and The Philadelphia Orchestra. She was a semi-finalist for the New York tuba position. She won the Philadelphia position of Principal Tuba in February 2006, appointed by music director Christoph Eschenbach. She assumed the chair, full-time, with the 2006-2007 concert season. Jantsch is the youngest member of the Orchestra and is, according to National Public Radio, the first woman to hold a Principal Tuba chair among major orchestras in the United States.

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In addition to the Orchestra, Ms. Jantch also teaches at the Curtis Institute of Music.

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Jantsch is also a noted Ultimate frisbee player, and won a tuba throwing competition.

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Awards and Solo Competitions

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She has won:

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  • Potomac Festivals Tuba Artist Competition in 2005
  • Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Competition
  • International Instrumental Competition Markneukirchen in Germany
  • Arts Recognition Talent Search
  • Young Artist Award from Interlochen Arts Academy
  • Columbus Symphony Orchestra Young Musician’s Competition
  • Student Tuba at the Leonard Falcone International Euphonium and Tuba Competition
  • Arnold Jacobs Mock Orchestral Tuba Competition (Arnold Jacobs was the principal tubist for the Chicago Orchestra for 44 years, 1944 to 1988)
  • A Scholarship from the Music for Youth Foundation
  • Discography

  • Cascades (2009) - Carol Jantsch, tuba, Susan Nowicki, piano
  • References

    Carol Jantsch Wikipedia


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