Matthew Scinto, music director
Described as "refreshing and exuberant" by the Boston Musical Intelligencer, conductor Matthew Scinto currently serves as Founder and Conductor of the Cape Cod Chamber Orchestra and the Assistant Conductor of the Boston Civic Symphony under Music Director Francisco Noya. He has twice studied conducting at the prestigious Tanglewood Music Center, and was recently a finalist for the Assistant Conductor of the San Antonio Symphony. He received his Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Boston University in 2017, where he was a student of Stefan Asbury and David Hoose and twice received the Conducting Department Award for Excellence in Conducting.
Matthew has worked with conductors Bramwell Tovey, Ken-David Masur, Stefan Asbury, Diane Wittry, Daniel Hege, Marin Alsop, David Effron, and Markand Thakar. He has conducted such orchestras as the Baltimore Chamber Orchestra, Symphoria, the New Haven Civic Orchestra, the Brandeis-Wellesley Orchestra, the Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestras, the Miami Music Festival Orchestra, the Syracuse University Symphony, and the Boston University Symphony and Chamber Orchestras. Matthew holds degrees in Viola (B.M) and Conducting (M.M) from Syracuse University.