Kevin Sherwin is a conductor, composer, and guitarist, with performances including his solo debuts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and Regent Hall in London, England. He is Music Director of the American Romantics Orchestra, which he co-founded, as well as Associate Artistic Director of the American Baroque Orchestra. Through both organizations, he has been an Artistic Leader for Carnegie Hall’s Link Up Program.
Kevin has conducted across the United States in a wide-range of repertoire. He has been a featured conductor with the American Baroque Orchestra, leading world-premiere arrangements on recordings projects including “Memories of Eastern Europe” and “Little Liberia: Music from their Front Porch.” As Music Director of The American Romantics Orchestra, he has developed a specialty in 19th and early 20th century repertoire, incorporating distinctive insights into performance practice and pedagogy from early sound recordings.
Mr. Sherwin studied at Yale University, where graduated with Honors. Previously, he graduated from the Pre-College Division of The Juilliard School, studying with Tali Roth. He continued his studies in guitar with Christopher Ladd and conducting with Mark Bailey. Mr. Sherwin is a Fellow at Timothy Dwight College, Yale University.