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Andrew Raciti is the Associate Principal Bass of the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra. He is also the head of the double bass studio of the Bienen School of Music at Northwestern University. Before joining the Milwaukee Symphony in 2006, Mr. Raciti was Associate Principal Bass of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in Australia. He has also performed with the Detroit Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra, the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra, and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. 

In the summers he teaches at Orford Musique in Canada and performs as Principal Bass at the Grand Teton Music Festival. He has also played as Principal Bass of the Chautauqua Symphony Orchestra. In South America he has been a regular professor for the Filharmonica Joven de Colombia. Numerous solo performances include the United States premiere of the Concerto for Double Bass and String Orchestra by the Macedonian composer, Zivoin Glisic. A recognized authority in bass pedagogy and performance, Mr. Raciti has published various articles in the quarterly for the International Society of Bassists.


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