RANGELEY — Timothy Macek, conductor of the Howard University Symphony Orchestra, has joined the staff of the Westerhoff-RFA Music Camp, a weeklong day camp for students ages 8-18, in Rangeley in August.

A former member of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra, Macek is a member of the Kennedy Center/Washington National Opera. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from West Virginia University, and his Master of Music degree from the Hartt School of Music.

He is a faculty member at Howard University, where he is an instructor of violin and viola. He is also the founder of the St. George Quartet and a frequent performer of chamber music in the Washington, D.C., area.

Other staff members include David Iskowitz, camp leader and pianist, music director of Westerhoff School of Music and Art and on the faculty at Drew University of Madison, N.J; and Erin Smith, music teacher and choral and drama director at Rangeley Lakes Regional High School and a graduate of Westminster Choir College in Princeton, N.J.

For more information, go to www.rangeleyarts.org and click on the “Youth Arts Camps” tab or call the RFA at 207-864-5000.

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