Connor R. Sullivan

Connor R. Sullivan

Mr. Sullivan is an active freelance musician in the Northwest Georgia and Atlanta area. Mr. Sullivan has performed with many professional and Semi-professional groups, including the Atlanta Wind Symphony, the Georgia Brass Band, the Symphony Without Borders, the Honor Band of America, and the Atlanta Youth Wind Symphony, where he had the opportunity to perform at the renowned Carnegie Hall in New York City, NY (with guest soloist George Curran from the New York Philharmonic Orchestra), the New World Center in Miami, FL (with guest soloists from the President's Own Marine Band), and the Music Center at Strathmore outside Washington, D.C. (with guest conductor Lieutenant Colonel Jason K. Fettig from the President’s Own Marine Band). Along with being a wind instrumentalist, Connor has also made a name for himself as a collaborative pianist, where he has accompanied a variety of different instrumentalists and vocalists on juries, recitals, and competitions, as well as accompanying large ensembles, such as the Atlanta Wind Symphony, the Kennesaw State University Wind Ensemble, and the Mount Zion High School Band.  More recently, recently accompanied the choirs at St. Bartholomew’s Episcopal Church in Atlanta.