Artistic: Pacific Symphony

Posted on: December 7, 2016

Pacific Symphony in Orange County, California, has announced the appointment of two horn players: JOSHUA PAULUS as third horn and assistant principal horn, and ANDREW WARFIELD as fourth horn. Both began their roles with the orchestra this fall.

Tennessee native Joshua Paulus has worked as a freelancer in Nashville, playing with the Nashville Symphony and in Nashville recording studios. As a substitute horn player, he has performed with the Seattle Symphony, Milwaukee Symphony, Colorado Symphony, and New World Symphony, among others. In addition, Paulus has held or still holds positions with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra, the Des Moines Metro Opera, and the Lancaster Festival Orchestra. Paulus received his Master of Music degree from Northwestern University and his Bachelor of Music from the University of Dayton. From 2013-2016, he served as instructor of horn at Loyola University of New Orleans.

Andrew Warfield received his Bachelor of Music degree from Vanderbilt University, with further studies at the Peabody Conservatory and San Francisco Conservatory, where he was a recent graduate student. His professional experience includes performances with the San Francisco Academy Orchestra, Nashville Symphony, Washington Chamber Orchestra, Sewanee Symphony Orchestra, and Nashville Sinfonietta.  He performed woodwind quintet and contemporary chamber music in the Festival d’Aix-en-Provence 2012. He also participated in the New York String Orchestra Seminar under the direction of Jaime Laredo, playing chamber and orchestral music at Carnegie Hall in 2015.

Posted December 7, 2016