Conductor

As an ensemble director, I lead the Sheridan College Symphony Orchestra and the Sheridan College Viol Consort. I formerly lead the modern music ensemble at George Mason University (M3E). M3E performed music of our time, most of which was written by living composers. In 2014, M3E presented a program and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. 


Mark Elliot Bergman conducting the Sheridan College Symphony Orchestra performing Verdi




YouTube Video

Mark Elliot Bergman directing the M3E (Mason Modern Music Ensemble) 
in a performance of Kyle Kindred's Little Dream Spiders on November 21, 2014 at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington DC.


I was fortunate to study conducting with very gifted instrumental conductors and educators. These artists include Lawrence Leighton Smith (Yale), Donald Hunsberger (Eastman) and Anthony Maiello (George Mason University). Although I was never a conducting major, these mentors trained me and helped me develop as an instrumental ensemble leader. I continue to be inspired by their example and use the wisdom and musical perspective I gained on a daily basis.







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