Oregon Symphony Music Director Carlos Kalmar To Step Down Next Season

The Uruguay-born conductor will be 63 when he departs in the summer of 2021 after 18 seasons. He raised the profile of the orchestra considerably during his tenure, most notably with a very well-received performance at Carnegie Hall in 2011. – The Oregonian

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