The Rainbow Chorale of Delaware is delighted to have Anthony M. Condoluci-Smith (he/him/his) as Artistic Director. He graduated with honors from the California University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music and Dance and a minor in Business. There, he performed in and directed a number of vocal and instrumental ensembles and musical theatre performances. He also taught American Sign Language interpreting to a youth choir at a local camp.
Mr. Condoluci-Smith obtained his Master of Business Administration with a major in Strategic Leadership from the University of Delaware and a Certificate of Human Resource Management from Villanova University. While at the University of Delaware, he studied Choral Literature and Choral Conducting with Dr. Paul D. Head. He has served as the Business Manager at The Music School of Delaware, the Director of Operations at AIDS Delaware, and is currently the Vice President of Finance and People at STRATIS IoT, a technology company in Philadelphia. He also serves as the Treasurer and Executive Committee Officer for the Board of Directors of Transformation Theatre in the Washington, DC area.
Since relocating to Delaware in 2009, he has performed in several local community ensembles. He served as Director of Music at Christ United Methodist Church (Roselle), the Upper Chesapeake Community Band, and the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Newark. He has also made guest appearances with the Joe Trainor Trio, Opus One Vocal Arts, Wellspring Ministries, and played Curtis in “Sister Act” at The Everett Theatre in Middletown.
Mr. Condoluci-Smith is an alumnus of The Rainbow Chorale of Delaware. As a singing member, he served on the Board of Directors as the Vice President, Secretary, and Co-Chair of the Artistic Committee. He was the Assistant Artistic Director for the 2016-2017 season, has presented choral workshops, was a soloist and member of PRISM, and has accompanied the Chorale on flute, oboe, and piano. He and his husband, Daniel, reside in Middletown with their Dachshund, Tucker, and Orange Tabby, Memphis.