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Nathalie Stutzmann Named Music Director Of Atlanta Symphony

Stutzmann, a former contralto from France who’s currently principal guest conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra, will start an initial four-year term at the ASO’s helm next fall. She’ll be the only woman currently serving as music director of a year-round orchestra in the US. – The New York Times
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SFCV.org: Joseph Young Named Music Director of Berkeley Symphony

Joseph Young conducting the  Berkeley Symphony in January  Credit: David S. Weiland Fred Onovwerosuoke writes: Great news to share with  your readers about conductor  Joseph Young! https://www.sfcv.org/music- news/joseph-young-named- music-director-of-berkeley- symphony San Francisco  Classical Voice By Janos Gereben April 17, 2019 Berkeley Symphony Orchestra today named Joseph Young music director, beginning with the 2019–2020 ...
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Berkeley Symphony’s New Music Director Is A Conductor They Met By Chance Three Months Ago

Joseph Young, a former assistant conductor at the Atlanta Symphony and currently Director of Ensembles at the Peabody Institute, was called in as a last-minute substitute for a Berkeley Symphony program at the end of January, and the chemistry was — well, we know that story. Young will now replace Joana Carneiro in a post that was held for decades by Kent Nagano. – San Francisco Chronicle
Tags: Art, Music, Young, SJM, Joseph Young, Peabody Institute, Joana Carneiro, Berkeley Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, 04.17.19


Ambitious 'Musical Pathways Initiative' Announces Its Leader, 20-Year Music Ed. Vet.

Adrienne Thompson NEWLY-ESTABLISHED EQUITY AND DIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP, CHICAGO MUSICAL PATHWAYS INITIATIVE , RECIPIENT OF THE NATION’S LARGEST AND MOST AMBITIOUS “PATHWAYS” MELLON FOUNDATION GRANT TO DATE, TRUMPETS NEW LEADER, CHICAGO AREA NATIVE & EDUCATION VETERAN ADRIENNE THOMPSON   CMPI Steering Team – Merit School of Music, Chicago Youth Symphony Orchestras, Chicago High School for the Arts, Chicago Sinfonietta, The Negaunee Music Institute at the...
Tags: Religion, Georgia, Chicago, Thompson, Mellon Foundation, Indiana University, Negaunee Music Institute, Columbia College Chicago, West Loop, Thompson Thompson, Ravinia, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Ravinia Festival, William J Zick, Atlanta Symphony, The Andrew W Mellon Foundation


The Atlanta Symphony’s Turnaround

“I would describe us now as being in a relatively stable space but also a very creative space, where we have good relationships, a good contract in place, good operations and we’re in the midst of a strategic planning process that will help us drive the direction for the next five years.”
Tags: Art, Music, Atlanta Symphony, 09.20.18


Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” Played by 28 Trombone Players

28 trombone players got together and played Queen's beloved 1975 hit, "Bohemian Rhapsody." They call it, "Bonehemian Rhapsody." Enjoy. Contributors in the video above include: Jiggs Whigham - Glenn Miller, Stan Kenton Denson Paul Pollard - Met Opera / Jacobs School of Music Jennifer Wharton - Leader Bonegasm - https://jenniferwharton.com/ Thomas Hultén - Houston Grand Opera/Houston Ballet Josiah Williams - Blast: The Music of Disney Joseph L. Jefferson - Southeast Missouri S...
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