Music provides both a creative outlet and a source of discipline. Routine practice keeps his mind sharp. And teaching his young daughter violin lessons yields enormous joy and balance.
When at work, that creative discipline can often be what separates him from any competition.
Classically trained as a violinist, young Fragos led early on as the All County Concert Master for the Hillsborough County Public Schools in 5th grade and finished his secondary school career as the Concert Master of the Florida All State Orchestra. Upon graduating high school, Marc was a recipient of the prestigious, “Friends of Music Award” at the University of Florida (GO GATORS! ) earning him a full scholarship to the College of Music at UF . Years later, Mr. Fragos was appointed to the post of President of the Imaginary Frontier Symphony Orchestra in Orlando, Florida where he was honored by a unique experience with former President George H. Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush celebrating his leadership of the 200 member orchestra. Click Here to see Archived News about Mr. Fragos’ work with the Symphony.