Andrew Pelletier, Associate Professor of Horn, will be a featured artist at the 46th International Symposium of the International Horn Society (IHS). He will be featured alongside some of the most talented horn players in the world including but not limited to: the American Horn Quartet, the The Budapest Festival Horn Quartet, New York Philharmonic Horns, Berliner Philharmoniker Horns, Richard Watkins from the Royal Academy of Music, London, and Frank Lloyd. The IHS will be held for the first time in London, England; at the Imperial College from August 11-15, 2014. He’ll be presenting the world premieres of Kerry Turner’s “Couperin Variations” for horn and piano and BGSU’s Christopher Dietz’s “Signal” for horn and two percussionists; as well as the UK premiere of BGSU alumnus Cory Kasprzyk’s “Chugach” for horn and electronic media. He will also perform the “Hamburg Concerto” for horn and orchestra by Gyorgy Ligeti at the end of the week. This is the sixth International Horn Society Symposium that Pelletier has been an invited soloist.