George Marriner Maull is a conductor, violist, television host and music educator with over 50 years of experience as a professional classical musician. He has conducted at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center and venues in Europe and has recorded for the Naxos label leading the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Founder and Artistic Director of The Discovery Orchestra, a nonprofit music education organization, Maull has devoted his career to making classical music accessible. He has helped millions of individuals around the world develop the active listening skills to deeply connect with music and become "virtuoso listeners."
Maull is the writer and host of three Emmy-nominated television programs broadcast by American Public Television. He is a regular lecturer at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and throughout the New York metropolitan area. Maull formerly served as the music director of the Philharmonic Orchestra of New Jersey, the Louisville Ballet and the New Jersey Youth Symphony. He has played under the direction of celebrated musicians including Igor Stravinsky, Pierre Boulez, Sir Georg Solti, Arthur Fiedler, Aaron Copland, Lukas Foss and Robert Shaw and studied with Robert Smolensky and Lawrence Widdoes at The Juilliard School.
A native of Philadelphia, Maull received both his Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from The University of Louisville.
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