Marisol Kuborn joined the Fox Valley Symphony Orchestra in 2009. She has played with many Orchestras including the Green Bay Symphony, Oshkosh Symphony, Manitowoc Symphony, Central Wisconsin Symphony Orchestra, Weidner Philharmonic, Wisconsin Philarmonic, Sheboygan Symphony, The Chamber Choir of the Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia, Lansdowne Symphony Orchestra, Symphonie du Millénaire conducted by Walter Boudreau, Orquestre Symphonique de la Communauté de Montréal, Orquestre La Chapelle de Montréal. Conducted by Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Orchestra I Musici de Montreal, Ensemble Philharmonique de Montreal Nord, Orquesta de Cámara de Chile, Orquesta de Cámara de San Luis – Argentina, Orquesta Filarmónica de Santiago, Orquesta Sinfónica de Chile and others.
In addition, Kuborn has played as percussionist with many other concert band, chamber and choral ensembles including The Conjunto de Cámara de los miembros de la Orquestra Arrau, Conjunto de Bronzes de la Orquesta Filharmónica de Chile, The Choral Institute of Green Lake, WI, Wisconsin Symphonic Winds, New Voices, South Shore Choral, Oshkosh Chamber Singers, UW Fox Valley Concert Band, Keystone State Boychoir, The Chamber Choir of the Choral Arts Society of Philadelphia, Ensemble de Cuivre and Series ENVOL. Marisol has also played with many Percussion and World Music Ensembles in the US, Canada, and Chile including Marian University Steel Band, Titan Steen Band of UW Oshkosh, Island Magic Steel Drum Band, Rant & Rave Festival Steel Band of Wilmington, DE, Percussion Duo and Friends, El Extasis Percussion Ensemble, Bloco – Brazillian Samba ensemble and Quarimba – Marimba Quartet.
Born in Santiago, Chile, Marisol Kuborn received a Bachelor of Music and a percussion performance degree from the Conservatory of Music at the University of Chile. She has also received a “Fin du3éme cycle” (Performance Degree) from the Conservatory of Music of Quebec-Montreal in Canada and a “Concours en Percussion” (Masters of Music & Artists Performance Certificate) from the Conservatory of Music of Quebec-Montreal, Canada where she also was awarded the “Prix d’excellence” award. While studying in Montreal, Canada she also received the DESS (Orchestral Performance Degree) from the University of Montreal.
Marisol continues to play percussion in many styles and with many ensembles, educating students through school music workshops on steel drum and percussion.