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Anthony Trecek-King

Anthony Trecek-King at the Boston Society of Architects.

Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff

Anthony Trecek-King at the Boston Society of Architects.

Anthony Trecek-King at the Boston Society of Architects.

Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff

Anthony Trecek-King at the Boston Society of Architects.

ANTHONY TRECEK-KING

Age 36

Occupation Artistic director of the Boston Children’s Chorus

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Residence Hingham

 

You’ve conducted in the Netherlands, Sweden, Lithuania, Germany, the Middle East. How universal is the look?

It really varies. In Europe, it’s actually more casual: black shirt, black pants, no tie. On the orchestral level, you’re going to be in a tux, but for the chorus, there’s a lot more leeway.  

Does working with younger people alter what you wear?

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I try be fun no matter what. It’s an opportunity to display a little whimsy: ties, glasses, vests. I’ve also gotten really into socks. Colorful ones but not too casual, no cartoon characters! I’m standing, I get up on my toes— it’s fun to see a flash of sock. — A.G.

Interview has been condensed and edited. E-mail comments to magazine@globe.com.
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