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 Naples Philharmonic

  Andrey Boreyko, Music Director
  Jack Everly, Principal Pops Conductor

Now in its 33rd season, the Naples Philharmonic was founded in 1982 and in its first season performed four concerts as a chamber orchestra. Since then, the ensemble has grown in scope, size and artistic impact and now performs over 140 orchestral and chamber concerts, as well as opera and ballet, education, community and special event concerts between September through June each year.

In 2014-15, Artis—Naples welcomes internationally renowned conductor Andrey Boreyko to his first season as the Naples Philharmonic Music Director. In 2009, Jack Everly was named Principal Pops Conductor and continues today in that role. 

Recognized as one of today’s most exciting and dynamic conductors, Mr. Boreyko spotlights some of his longtime colleagues in his debut season, including violinist Gidon Kremer, pianists Lilya Zilberstein and Jean-Yves Thibaudet and jazz composer and pianist Uri Caine. In addition, this season the orchestra performs with such headliners as The Beach Boys, six-time Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald and trumpeter Chris Botti.

Andrey Boreyko

Music Director

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Jack Everly

Principal Pops Conductor

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