Dr. Stephen Framil

Director of St. Davids' Orchestra Society
Office: Workman Hall, Room 203A
Email Address: sframil@eastern.edu
Office Phone: x4397


Doctor of Music - Indiana University
Master of Music - Indiana University
Bachelor of Music - Atlantic Union College


Distinguished as "the first American cellist to perform in Hanoi," critically acclaimed Stephen Framil has appeared the world over: including Carnegie Weill Hall and Avery Fisher/Lincoln Center, Verizon Hall/Kimmel Center, with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, Franz Liszt Chamber Orchestra (Hungary), Latvian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra (Italy Tour), Volgograd Philharmonic Orchestra (Russia), Manila Philharmonic Orchestra , National Philharmonic of Moldova, Oltenia State Filarmonica (Romania), Zaporozhye Symphony Orchestra (Ukraine), Vratza Philharmonic Orchestra (Bulgaria), Hanoi Philharmonic Orchestra, Bombay Chamber Orchestra, Redlands Symphony Orchestra (California), Nashville Chamber Orchestra, Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic, Killington Music Verstival, Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert Series (“Live” Broadcast on WFMT - Chicago), Brunei and Hong Kong Chamber Music Societies among others.

Dr. Stephen Framil (Indiana University, DM) has given master classes in cello and chamber music around the world: including at the Shanghai Conservatory (China), University of Illinois (Champaign-Urbana), Longy School of Music (Boston), University of Arizona, and the Hanoi Conservatory (Vietnam), among others. Dr. Framil has adjudicated the 2004 Hong Kong Schools of Music Festival, and the 2007 Schadt String Competition (Cello) in Allentown, PA. In summer 2008 Dr. Framil joined the faculty of the Killington Music Festival (VT). Currently based in Philadelphia, Stephen Framil is the Music Director & Conductor of CAMERATA PHILADELPHIA, and Artistic Director of the Port City Music Festival (NC).

Recordings by Stephen Framil for RADIO 4 HONG KONG include the complete J.S. Bach Suites for Solo Cello, works for solo cello by Zoltán Kodály and Gaspar Cassadó and the two Haydn Cello Concertos with the Paul Freeman and the Czech National Symphony Orchestra (CENTAUR RECORDS).

Courses Taught

MUSI 191/192 Sect. 6 St. Davids' Orchestra Society

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