IMMACULATA SYMPHONY PAST MUSIC DIRECTORS
ROMAN PAWLOWSKI, Music Director (1987-2008)With 21 years serving as Music Director, Roman Pawlowski was the inspirational force leading the Immaculata Symphony to ever greater musical success. As the university itself moved into a new era of growth and development, so too did the Symphony under his widely acclaimed artistry and musical experience. Taught by such masters as Mehli Mehta, Pierre Monteux, Max Rudolph, and Erich Leinsdorf, Maestro Pawlowski's dual role as teacher and performer derives from his belief that the art of music offers a link between all of life's experiences. As music director, and guided by his philosophy, he has broadened the musical horizons of performers and audiences alike. Maestro Pawlowski was also music director for the Delaware County Symphony and the Newark Symphony Orchestra. In addition, he appeared frequently as a guest conductor.