- M.M., Performance, West Chester University
- B.S., Music Education, West Chester University
Vincent J. Iannone holds a Bachelor of Science degree in music education and a master's degree in performance from West Chester University. Mr. Iannone received post-graduate credits in theory and performance from New England Conservatory of Music, where he studied clarinet with Gino Cioffi. Later, in Philadelphia, Mr. Iannone studied with Donald Montanaro.
Mr. Iannone is a principal clarinetist and soloist with the Delaware County Symphony, soloing in the Mozart Concerto and Luciano Berio’s arrangement of Brahms' F minor Sonata. In 2003, the Delaware County Symphony awarded Mr. Iannone the Musician Lifetime Achievement Award. Mr. Iannone founded “Dexterity” a jazz ensemble, which performs his original songs and his arrangements.
Mr. Iannone has taught instrumental and classroom music for thirty-five years. He has attended many workshops to enhance his skills and increase his knowledge within the field of music. He continues to grow both as a music educator and as a performer. Currently he is the jazz conductor at the Baldwin School.