Professor Frank Conlon has appeared at most of the colleges and concert halls in the greater Washington area and has performed in many different cities throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, India and Japan. He has played in New York City at Carnegie Recital Hall, in Boston at the Gardner Museum, in Philadelphia at the Robin Hood Dell, and in Washington at the Kennedy Center, the Smithsonian Institution, the Library of Congress, the National Gallery, the Phillips Collection, the Corcoran Gallery, the Pan American Union, and Dumbarton Oaks. He has played concertos with several orchestras, including the Washington Chamber Orchestra, the Montreal Chamber Orchestra, the Washington Sinfonia, Washington Pro Musica, the Alexandria Symphony, the Georgetown Symphony, and the Amadeus Orchestra. Professor Conlon has won the National Society of Arts and Letters competition and the Jordan Awards Contest here in Washington and the Brewster-Allison Competition in Austin, Texas. He has served as official accompanist for the National Symphony Young Soloist Competition, the National Opera Institute Auditions, and the National Federation of Music Clubs Contest. In addition to his teaching responsibilities, Professor Conlon accompanies students in departmental recitals and serves as music director for the Department's opera productions. He also teaches at the Levine School of Music and is director of music at the Church of the Annunciation and at the Temple Rodef Shalom in Falls Church. Professor Conlon has previously taught at The Catholic University School of Music and the Ellington School of the Arts, and he has served as artist-in-residence for the DC Public School System.