Enrique Lasansky

Dr. Enrique Lasansky is the founder of the Catalina Chamber Orchestra. He is also a professional clarinetist and has performed as a clarinetist and bass clarinetist with the Arizona Opera Company Orchestra.

Dr. Enrique Lasansky is the founder of the Catalina Chamber Orchestra. He embarked on a conducting career following graduation from Swarthmore College and a Thomas Watson Fellowship in Europe. Dr. Lasansky studied conducting with Charles Bruck at the Pierre Monteux School for Advanced Conductors. He completed and M.F.A. in conducting at Carnegie-Mellon University in 1986, and worked as an assistant to composer Lucas Foss. Later he moved to Tucson, earning a D.M.A. in conducting from the University of Arizona in 1991.

Dr. Lasansky is also a professional clarinetist and has performed as a clarinetist and bass clarinetist with the Arizona Opera Company Orchestra. Dr. Lasansky resides in Tucson, where he is the choir and orchestra director at Catalina High Magnet School.

Enrique Lasansky appears on

Milerum's Basket

Performer: Conductor

An exciting new CD showcasing the brilliant music of the Adelaide-based composer, Becky Llewellyn, featuring the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, the Lights Contemporary Ensemble, a multimedia video and much more!