Jorge Orozco

Jorge Orozco serves in the faculty of the Georgetown Visitation School and is also the conductor of two orchestras at Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras. Mr. Orozco is also a former faculty member of the Levine School of Music in Washington, DC and the Valencia Conservatory in Venezuela.

Mr. Orozco has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in Cuba, Venezuela, Germany, Austria, Italy, and the U.S. Mr. Orozco is a member of the National Chamber Ensemble and the concertmaster of the Masterworks Music Festival Orchestra during the summer.

Mr. Orozco is the former Assistant Concertmaster of the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra and former member of the Alexandria Symphony, Mobile Symphony and the Philadelphia based Baroque ensemble Vox Amadeus.

Mr. Orozco holds a Master’s Degree in Music Performance from the University of Southern Mississippi, where he studied with Stephen Redfield and a Bachelor Degree in Music Performance and pedagogy from the Instituto Superior de Artes, Havana, Cuba, where he studied with Roberto Valdés.  He has participated in numerous Festivals and workshops including the Texas Music Festival, Victoria Bach Festival, Havana Contemporary Music Festival, Vicksburg Chamber Music Festival, the Sterling-Delay Seminar, and the Juilliard Conducting Workshop.