Casey Golomski first played with the CSO as sixth horn on a performance of Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 in 2007 and later joined as a full-time member of the horn section in 2012.
Casey has resided in the Boston area for over a decade and has been musically active far beyond New England. His musical experience spans three continents: North America, Europe, and Africa, playing with the Cape Town Opera Company (2004) and Randburg Symphony in Johannesburg, South Africa and the national military bands in Swaziland (2014-present). As part of the wind and brass ensembles at St. Norbert College in De Pere, WI, he toured Austria and the Czech Republic playing with several city brass bands (2005), and was also a member of several state and national collegiate honors bands in the Midwest (2002-06). In the Boston area, he is a member of the Dudley House and Lowell House Orchestras at Harvard University and a substitute for the Newton and Brookline Symphony Orchestras and formerly the Boston Ballet. In 2017, he performed at Symphony Hall as part of the OnStage program and was interviewed by the Boston Globe.
Professionally, Dr. Golomski (Ph.D. Brandeis University) is an author, educator, and researcher in his capacity as Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Africana and African American Studies at the University of New Hampshire.
Photograph: John Blanding/Globe Staff (2017).