~~Marianna Healy Czeisel performs regularly throughout the New York region in addition to touring other cities, including Boston, Chicago, and Toronto, playing a wide variety of styles.  She has been Principal Horn of The SymphoNYChorus since 2009 and was featured on their albums A Holy NightClassicsThe Heavens are Telling, and Tidings of Joy.  Ms. Czeisel has also been the Third Horn for New York Chamber Players since October 2013, has been Third Horn for the Asian Cultural Symphony since January 2016, and has been Second Horn for Queensboro Symphony Orchestra since December 2016. Other ensembles she has performed with include the Patriot Brass Ensemble, Concerts in Motion, COS Alumni Orchestra, the Bryant Theater Company pit orchestra, and Insieme Music, a contemporary chamber music ensemble, of which she was a founding member.  In April 2005, Ms. Czeisel was the winner of the solo competition at the Northeast Horn Workshop.  Ms. Czeisel has attended several music festivals under scholarship including: C. W. Post Chamber Music Festival; Music Naturally; and Dartington Hall International School in Totnes, UK for which she was awarded the Elmgrant Bursary. 

Ms. Czeisel received a Master of Arts degree in 2008 from the Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College where she studied with Mr. David Jolley.  Ms. Czeisel graduated summa cum laude from Purchase College Conservatory of Music with a Bachelor of Music degree in 2006 where she studied with Mr. John Clark.  She attended Purchase College under a full-tuition merit scholarship.  While a student at Purchase College, she was granted the Presser Award for her musical achievements.  Ms. Czeisel served on the Board of Directors for The SymphoNYChorus from January 2013 to June 2017, including serving as President of the Board of Directors from July 2016 to June 2017. Ms. Czeisel was a faculty member at the Children's Orchestra Society from September 2010 to June 2012, and has also been a faculty member at the Music Academy of Garden City and Musika.

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