Ann Krinitsky, Conductor


Brief biography

6.19-28.19 MSYO Eastern Europe Tour
Prague (Sts. Simon and Jude), Vienna (Musik und Theater), Budapest (MOM Cultural Center)

12.9-10.23 Frozen in Concert Live To Film with the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra
Holiday classic at historic Hawaii Theater 

12.16-17.23 Ballet Hawaii's Nutcracker

Perennial favorite with live accompaniment from the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra

"Kudos to conductor Ann Krinitsky ... for a memorable performance."

-- Jack W., Yelp review

"One of this year's most distinctive concerts... led with spirit and precision

by conductor Ann Krinitsky."

— Honolulu Advertiser

​​​Ann Krinitsky directs the Marin Symphony Youth Performance Programs and the Virtuoso Program at San Domenico School.  

A regular guest conductor with the Hawaii Symphony Orchestra, Ms. Krinitsky has led concerts on Oahu as well as on tour to the neighbor islands of Hawaii and Kauai. She performed for a crowd of 40,000 at Ala Moana Beach Park as part of the Memorial Day Lantern Floating Ceremony.  She regularly conducts Ballet Hawaii's Nutcracker and has enjoyed numerous collaborations with Chamber Music Hawaii and the Onium Ballet Project. She has also appeared as guest conductor with the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival String Orchestra and the Maui Symphony Orchestra and Chorus.

In the Bay Area, her posts have included Director of Orchestras at Stanford University; Music Director of the Nova Vista Symphony, Palo Alto Philharmonic, Berkeley Youth and Community Women’s Orchestras; Conductor of the Acalanes Chamber Orchestra; and Assistant Conductor of the Pacific Mozart Ensemble. She has guest conducted the Women's Philharmonic, the Camellia Symphony, the Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra, the Marin Chamber Orchestra, and the San Francisco Concerto Orchestra.  She has also served on the faculty at Laney College in Oakland and appeared as Conductor of the Chautauqua Summer Orchestra in western New York state.