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David Currie is a Canadian conductor who is the music director and conductor for the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra. Currie is also a professor at the University of Ottawamarker, where he teaches double bass and conducting, and conducts the university orchestra.


Currie is a graduate of the University of Michiganmarker and the Interlochen Arts Academy. Prior to joining the OSO, Currie was a double bass player in the National Arts Centre Orchestra from 1971 until 1991, when he retired as Principal Bass.

Currie studied conducting in Siena, Italy and at the Toho Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo, one of Japan's most prestigious private music institutions, where he studied with Professor Morihiro Okabe and Maestro Kazuyoshi Akiyama. Since 1982, Mr. Currie has also been the conductor of the University of Ottawa Orchestra.

He is the founding conductor of the Tabaret Ensemble, a string ensemble comprised of seven professors and seven music students from the University of Ottawa. He is also the founding conductor of the Pierrot Ensemble, a group that performs 20th century music.Currie has acted as a guest conductor for Ottawa's National Arts Centre Orchestra, and for Ottawa's opera company (Opera Lyra Ottawa).

In May 1992, Currie became Music Director of the Ottawa Symphony Orchestra. As music director, his duties include leading rehearsals, conducting the orchestra concerts, planning the programs, and engaging in community outreach activities.


Currie is married to Nancy Currie, an Ottawa-based visual artist and arts teacher, and the couple has two daughters (now adults).

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