performers on darkened stage from 2018 Production of Lucretia

Matthew Searing (BM 2011 – Horn Performance) Embarks on a New Chapter with the San Francisco Symphony

Posted in: Cali Alumni Spotlight, Cali News

Join us in celebrating the incredible journey of Matthew Searing (BM 2011 – Horn Performance) as he embarks on a new chapter with the San Francisco Symphony.

Following his graduation from the Cali School of Music, Matthew Searing became interested in a career as an orchestra librarian by accepting seasonal positions with the Brevard Music Center, Aspen Music Festival and School, and an interim position with the Utah Symphony and Opera. Matthew then became a Library Fellow with the New World Symphony in Miami Beach under the artistic leadership of Michael Tilson-Thomas. He has worked in the libraries for the New York City Ballet, American Ballet Theater, the National Symphony Orchestra, and the New York Philharmonic. Prior to his appointment to the San Francisco Symphony, Matthew held similar positions with The Sarasota Orchestra and the Florida Orchestra. Matthew also serves as a librarian for Carnegie Hall’s NYO-USA program.

Congratulations Matthew!