Mark Maliniak joined the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra as Fourth/Utility Trumpet in September 2018. Mr. Maliniak has toured both nationally and internationally with The Cleveland Orchestra, The Philadelphia Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, and Buffalo Philharmonic. He has appeared regularly as guest principal trumpet with the Detroit Symphony, Jacksonville Symphony, Malaysian Philharmonic, and Tucson Symphony, where he was also a featured soloist. Mr. Maliniak has also performed with the Kansas City Symphony, New World Symphony, Pittsburgh Symphony, Rochester Philharmonic, and Utah Symphony and has recorded with the Buffalo Philharmonic, Detroit Symphony and Utah Symphony.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Mr. Maliniak received a Bachelor of Music degree from the Baldwin-Wallace University Conservatory of Music as a student of Jack Sutte and a Master of Music degree from the Cleveland Institute of Music as a student of Michael Sachs. He has had additional studies with Jack Brndiar, Michael Miller, and Lyle Steelman. Mr. Maliniak has attended the Music Academy of the West, Pacific Music Festival, Verbier Festival and Tanglewood Music Center, where he was the recipient of the Roger Voisin Trumpet Award. Mark Maliniak is a Conn-Selmer Performing Artist.
Jaclyn Rainey was appointed Associate Principal horn of the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 2018. Prior to her appointment Ms. Rainey served as Third horn with the Atlanta Symphony for four seasons, Acting Principal horn with the Naples Philharmonic as well as Associate Principal horn with the Louisiana Philharmonic. Rainey, a Louisville, KY native, has performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Buffalo Philharmonic, Cincinnati Symphony, Kansas City Symphony, Louisville Orchestra, Milwaukee Symphony, San Antonio Symphony, Sarasota Orchestra and spent two summers as a fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center. Rainey was a winner of the MTNA Senior Brass Solo Competition. During the summer of 2015 Ms. Rainey joined the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Carnegie Hall and on their European Tour. Ms. Rainey has also served on the faculties of Georgia State University and Emory University.
She received her undergraduate degree in horn performance from the Eastman School of Music, followed by a masters degree at the New England Conservatory of Music. She has studied with W. Peter Kurau, Richard Sebring and James Sommerville.