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Timothy A. Macek

Adjunct Professor – Violin, Symphony Orchestra

  • Department of Music
  • College of Fine Arts


Childers Hall, Room 3034

Timothy Maček is conductor of the Howard University Symphony Orchestra and instructor of violin and viola. A native of the Washington, DC area, Mr. Macek studied violin with Renato Bonacini, Elisabeth Adkins, Charles Treger and Donald Portnoy and conducting with Vytautas Marijosius and Stephen Heyde.

As a former member of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra and current member of the Kennedy Center/Washington National Opera, Mr. Macek has participated in over 2,000 performances of symphonic, opera, ballet and musical show literature, under such conductors as Heinz Fricke, Valery Gergiev, Leonard Slatkin and Mstislav Rostropovich.

Mr. Macek was formerly Assistant Orchestra Conductor at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire and is a frequent performer of chamber music in the DC area.