Violinist David Langr, a Master’s Degree graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, has held many orchestral and chamber music positions prior to joining the Utah Symphony Orchestra in 2002. He has been Concertmaster of the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, the Denver Chamber Orchestra, the West Virginia Symphony, the Ohio Valley Symphony, and Principal Second Violin of the New Hampshire Music Festival Orchestra. Mr. Langr is a frequent performer on the Nova Chamber Music Series, and has been a member of the Montclaire, Friemann, and Ravel String Quartets. He has also performed as a resident artist with the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, the Charles Ives Center for American Music, and has been heard on National Public Radio in the world premiere performance of Enrique Granados’s “Serenade for Two Violins and Piano.”
As a soloist he has appeared with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic, the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, the West Virginia Symphony, the Ohio Valley Symphony, the Seneca Chamber Orchestra, and the New River Valley Symphony.