COVID-19 UPDATES: Spring Semester Information
Hrly. Pos. VCUarts
Anthony Smith is the Music Supervisor and Musical Director in Residence for Virginia Repertory Theatre in Richmond, Virginia. Formally educated in flute, piano, vocal, and percussion performance, Anthony has won several regional and national competitions on each of his instruments, and has had the privilege of studying with and participating in masterclasses led by some of the the top artists in the world.
An active proponent of new music, Anthony has been involved in the world premieres of several new musicals and operas, most recently Atlantis by Matthew Lee Robinson, Ken Cerniglia, and Scott Morris, The Snow Maiden by Andrew Haile Austin and Kept by Kristin Kuster and Megan Levad. He’s also a frequent collaborator of the Chamber Music Society of Virginia, The Virginia Chorale, and the Virginia Arts Festival.
Anthony is a strong believer in the importance of music education, and in addition to his work with the Education Department at Virginia Rep, he maintains an active private studio comprised of flute, percussion, piano, and voice students. He has also focused on collegiate education, providing musical direction for Virginia Commonwealth University, The College of William and Mary, and the University of Richmond.
Anthony resides in Richmond with his spouse, fiber artist Michael-Birch Pierce, and their three dogs: Aurora, Bracket, and Gypsy.