The Impact of The Women’s Philharmonic: Ann Krinitsky

The Impact of The Women’s Philharmonic: Ann Krinitsky

Continuing the celebration of Women’s Philharmonic Advocacy 10th anniversary, honoring our source of inspiration, namely The Women’s Philharmonic.  Our second essay is by Ann Krinitsky. As Director of Marin Symphony Youth Performance programs and the Virtuoso Program at San Domenico School, Ann Krinitsky also conducts Family Concerts with the Marin Symphony. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and completed three summers of study at the Conductors’ Institute at Hartt School of Music in Connecticut.  She guest conducted the Women’s Philharmonic, and received the 2000-01 JoAnn Falletta Conducting Award, given by The Women’s Philharmonic and funded by the Stein Foundation for the Arts…