Anthony Limoncelli


Principal Trumpet, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Anthony Limoncelli is the newly appointed second trumpet of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. A native of New Hyde Park, NY, he received his Bachelor of Music degree from The Manhattan School of Music, where he studied with Mark Gould, and he received a Master of Music degree from The Juilliard School as a student of Raymond Mase. He has also continued his graduate studies at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music as a student of Barbara Butler and Charles Geyer.

Limoncelli was the previous Principal Trumpet of the Sarasota Orchestra and has performed as acting principal trumpet of the Houston Grand Opera, Britt Festival Orchestra, and Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. Limoncelli was also the Binghamton Philharmonic Orchestra’s former principal trumpet, where he performed as a soloist in Aaron Copland’s Quiet City. He attended the Tanglewood Music Center during the summers of 2016 and 2017 and the Music Academy of the West during the summer of 2018.

As a chamber musician, Limoncelli has performed in Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall and competed in the 9th Osaka International Chamber Music Competition. He can be heard on Linn Records as part of a joint collaboration of Venetian music for brass between The Juilliard School and The Royal Academy of Music. Limoncelli has also performed regularly in New York City and on international tours with The Juilliard School’s Ensemble 415 and The Yale University Cantorum – ensembles committed to period practice performance on historical instruments.