Performer

Frank Stroble

Frank Stroble has been a fixture of the Delaware Valley music scene for over 30 years as a performer, teacher, arranger  and composer. Upon earning B.S. in Music Education from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania, he wandered in the wilds of Pennsylvania and Delaware before eventually settling in Voorhees, NJ, where he now resides. He's one of the founding members of the Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey, and has served two terms as Assistant Conductor of the Wind Symphony of Southern New Jersey. Frank has accompanied such noted performers as Ella Fitzgerald, Paul Warfield, Barbara Nissman, Leon Bates, Richard Stolzman, Lionel Hampton, Jr., Stanley Clarke, Joshua Roman, Storm Large and Caleb Collins.

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Franklin J. Stroble - French Horn
Address; Available upon request
Phone: Available upon request
E-mail: FrenchHornFrank@gmail.com

Education
B.S in Music Education - Mansfield University of Pennsylvania

Instruction
David Borsheim - Mansfield University
Francis Orval - (Master Class) University of Delaware
Cynthia Carr - University of Delaware
Kathryn Mehrtens - The College of New Jersey
Julie Landsman (Master Class) - The Metropolitan Opera
John David Smith (Master Class) - University of Delaware
Jeffrey Kirschen (Master Class) - The Philadelphia Orchestra
Elizabeth Pfaffle (Master Class) - West Chester University
Dan Wions (Master Class) - The Pennsylvania Ballet
Randy Gardner (Master Class) - The Philadelphia Orchestra
Jennifer Montone (Master Class) - The Philadelphia Orchestra

Ensembles
Corning NY Philharmonic - 3rd Horn (1976 - 1978)
Elmira Symphony - 2nd Horn (1976 - 1978)
Susquehanna Valley Symphony Orchestra - 3rd Horn (1979- 1982)
Haddonfield NJ Symphony - 3rd Horn (1986 - 1990)
Haddon Summer Theater Orchestra - Principal (1989 - 1994)
Philharmonic of Southern New Jersey - Principal (1990 - Present)
Wind Symphony of Southern New Jersey - Principal (1986 - Present)
Atlantic Coast Opera Festival Orchestra - Principal (2011 - Present)
Philadelphia Wind Symphony - Rotational Seating (2012 - Present)
Orchestra Society of Philadelphia - Rotational Seating (2014 - Present)
Hampton Brass (1992 - Present)
Hickory Brass (2017 - Present)
Big Push Jazz Band (2014 - Present)
Savoy Opera Company - 2nd Horn (2019 - Present)

Recent Performance History - Shows
Beauty & the Beast * Bye, Bye Birdie * Can-Can * Carousel
Cinderella * Evita * Guys & Dolls * Into the Woods
Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
The King & I* The Little Mermaid * Man of La Mancha
Mary Poppins * Oklahoma! * Pippin * Shrek
The Secret Garden * South Pacific * Sweeney Todd  * West Side Story
The Wizard of Oz * Young Frankenstein

Operas
Carmen - Bizet
Cavalleria Rusticana - Mascagni
Fidelio- Beethoven
Die Fledermaus - J. Strauss
Iolanthe - Sullivan
Otello - Verdi
The Pirates of Penzance - Sullivan
Der Vampyr - Marschner
The Yeomen of the Guard - Sullivan

Die Zauberflote - Mozart

Major Orchestral Works (Selected)
Concerto or Violin & Orchestra - Samuel Barber
Symphony # 3 - L. Beethoven
Symphonic Dances from West Side Story - Leonard Bernstein
Symphony # 1 - Johannes Brahms
Symphony # 4 - Anton Bruckner
Symphony # 7 - Anton Bruckner
Concerto for Cello & Orchestra - Antonin Dvorak
Dooryard Bloom - Jennifer Higdon
The Planets - Gustave Holst
Symphony # 1 - Gustav Mahler
Symphony # 2 - Gustav Mahler

Suites # 1 & 2 from Romeo & Juliet - Sergei Prokofiev
Symphony # 5 - Dmitri Shostakovich

Till Eulenspiegel’s Merry Pranks - Richard Strauss
Death & Transfiguration - Richard Strauss
Symphony # 4 - Peter Tchaikovsky
Symphony # 5 - Peter Tchaikovsky

Performance Samples

Tchaikovsky Symphony # 5 - 2nd Movement Opening - South Jersey Philharmonic - November  6, 2011


De Falla - Suite from "The Three Cornered Hat" - 2nd Movement - South Jersey Philharmonic - May 15, 2011

Nestico - Good "Swing" Wenceslas - Wind Symphony of Southern New Jersey - December 12, 2015

Bruckner - Symphony # 4 - 1st Movement Opening - South Jersey Philharmonic - February 23, 2014

Frackenpohl - American Folk Song Suite: He's Gone Away - Wind Symphony of Southern New Jersey - 1997

Dvorak - Cello Concerto - 1st Movement Opening - South Jersey Philharmonic - February 26, 2017

Mozart - Romanza from Horn Concerto # 3 (my own arrangement) October 18, 2018: Link Here.