Our members are full-time musicians who, in addition to performing at the highest level, conduct themselves in a professional, courteous manner and do their utmost to create the event and sound that our clients have envisioned.
Joseph Caminiti is Director of Orchestral Studies and conductor of the Symphony and String Orchestras at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. He is also Music Director of the Philharmonia orchestra of the Youth Orchestra of Bucks County. As guest conductor he has conducted the Delaware County Symphony, the Bucks County Symphony Orchestra, the Delaware Valley Wind Symphony, the Orchestra Society of Philadelphia, and orchestra and wind festivals throughout the region. He has enjoyed collaborations with present-day composers Kile Smith, Judith Lang Zaimont, and Raoul Pleskow. His repertoire is broad, ranging from early music to the present, which is presented to audiences through smartphone-friendly concerts, his pre-concert chat series “Touching the Sound,” “Café Concerts,” and his popular interactive concert series, “I See That Hand.” As a horn player, Joseph is a recitalist, second horn with the Riverside Symphonia of Lambertville, New Jersey, and a member of the Fairmount Chamber Ensemble of Philadelphia. He and his wife, Kirsten, reside in Abington, Pennsylvania.