Wichita Symphony Orchestra
Concertmaster Since 2019
An orchestra in the heart of the United States, Wichita Symphony is not only the premier orchestra of the state of Kansas, it is an exciting and forward-thinking organization that repeatedly sets the bar for other orchestras around the country.
The decision to join this orchestra was easy. The goals and passions Wichita Symphony are driven with sincerity and purpose that focus on today’s audiences and their interests; those elements are near and dear to my heart.
A profound commitment of keeping living American composers on the season programs shows a true connection and responsibility to our heritage and our future.
That connection through music, combined with the sheer talent Wichita Symphony Orchestra possesses, creates one of this country’s most powerful sources of live orchestral music.
I’m absolutely thrilled and proud to be a part of the Wichita Symphony and look forward to connecting audiences to the orchestra and sharing the musical experiences and journeys.
~ Holly Mulcahy
Chattanooga Symphony & Opera
Concertmaster Since 2013
It is a rich combination of great ingredients that make the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera instantly appealing. At first glance, the types of music programmed from season to season hint at the bold, purposeful, and passionate.
Having made the decision to pass up similar opportunities in orchestras with larger budgets, it is a pleasure to see a chemistry between musicians and music director that reveals a genuine appreciation for making music with the dedication to excellence and sincerity.
It is liberating to find a supportive and energetic board along with a dedicated and very efficient management which keeps the beautiful city of Chattanooga engaged with musical excellence.
I’m delighted and honored to be a part of this organization by serving as concertmaster; it is clear to me that in a time where classical music faces a rapidly changing future, this is the right orchestra with the right people to keep such a great art form thriving.
~ Holly Mulcahy