Thomas Servinsky grew up in Indiana, Pennsylvania, where his parents were both teachers.      During Mr. Servinsky’s studies at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, his professor, Dr. Daniel DiCicco, organized a trip abroad to the Paris American Academy. While there, Mr. Servinsky had the opportunity to study with Maurice Gabai, principal clarinetist with the Paris Opera.  After his return to the U.S. he studied with Louis Paul, principal clarinetist with the Pittsburgh Symphony.  Mr. Paul then arranged the “chance of a lifetime” for Servinsky to study with Stanley Drucker, principal clarinetist with the New York Philharmonic.

           Mr. Servinsky enters his 20th season with the Atlantic Classical Orchestra, as well as free lancing with several south Florida orchestras and opera companies.  Mr. Servinsky recently finished his 6th recording under the Citadel Label as assistant concert master with the Keystone Wind Ensemble. Those recordings can be heard on all NPR radio stations world-wide.  The Keystone Wind Ensemble will be one of the featured ensembles at Lincoln Center in 2010 celebrating the 100th birthday of William Schuman, famed 20th Century composer and former head of the Julliard School of Music. The Keystone Wind Ensemble won accolades for their recording of the entire William Schuman wind ensemble collection in 2005.  The Keystone Wind Ensemble just finished recording the entire Leroy Anderson collection this past summer and that CD is due to be released in  a few months.  In addition to performing, Mr. Servinsky continues teaching private clarinet to advanced students throughout the Treasure Coast.

           Mr. Servinsky is a graduate of the Chautauqua Institute Piano Technology program.  This is his 28th year as a Registered Piano Technician, with responsibilities of keeping the concert pianos in performance condition for many of the concert halls, homes and churches throughout the Treasure Coast and South Florida.  His rebuilt pianos have been hailed by Victor Borge, Peter Nero, Roger Williams, and the Beaux Art Trio.  Mr. Servinsky has traveled world-wide as the personal piano technician artists such as Ryuchi Sakamoto and John O’Connor. In addition, Mr. Servinsky is also on staff as one of the Steinway Concert Technicians for south Florida.

           This is the 8th season that Mr. Servinsky has worked with the Treasure Coast Youth Symphony as assistant conductor. His passion and dedication to teaching the next generation of musicians remains one of his many interests.  It is with great pleasure to see this group succeed beyond everyone’s expectation.



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