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About Maestro Nick

Maestro Nicolas Repetto is an Argentine-born composer, conductor, and violinist. He has performed with the Miami Symphony Orchestra, Alhambra Orchestra, and the New World Symphony.

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Nick has also played on the soundtrack to the Oscar-winning documentary, OJ: Made in America, and provided violin/viola solos for many independent feature films including The Jade Pendant, Captain Black, the documentary Digital Edition, and the Slamdance documentary, Seadrift. In addition, Nicolas has performed with Andrea Bocelli at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles and with the EDM-artist, Deadmau5 at the historic Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles as well playing on DeadMau5’s new album, “Where’s The Drop?” recorded at the historic EastWest Studios in Hollywood. 

Also renowned in the concert music world, Nicolas composes music for various ensembles as well as commissioned works. His music has been performed by the South Florida Youth Symphony, Greater Miami Youth Symphony, Mayfield School of Performing Arts of Pasadena, Spectrum Symphony of New York, and the Alhambra Orchestra. His chamber music works have been performed in the United States, Argentina, and Europe. 

As a string orchestra teacher and conductor, Nicolas led the superior-rated Ruth K. Broad Bay Harbor Symphonia and the SFYS Symphonia in Miami, FL. Guest conductor appearances include the Superintendent’s Honors Music Festival Concert Orchestra; the Alhambra Orchestra in Coconut Grove, FL; the New World Symphony in Miami Beach, FL; the CMG Recording Orchestra in Hollywood, CA; and the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop Symphony Orchestra recordings at the Newman Scoring Stage located at 21st Century Fox in Los Angeles, CA.

Nicolas holds a B.M in violin performance and music education from the University of Miami, and a M.M. with emphasis on composition and arranging from Florida State University. He has been a founding violin faculty at MozArt Music Academy since 2018, and became the conductor of MozArt String Orchestra in 2019 when the program was launched. 

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