Music Director Grant Llewellyn To Step Down From North Carolina Symphony

The North Carolina Symphony has announced Music Director Grant Llewellyn will step down from the role - at the conclusion of the 2019/2020 season

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The North Carolina Symphony, in Raleigh, United States, has this week announced Music Director Grant Llewellyn will step down from the role – at the conclusion of the 2019/2020 season.

Maestro Llewellyn, 56, has lead the ensemble since 2004 – and will assume the title of Music Director Laureate.

“The North Carolina Symphony has played a central role in my career and in my entire family’s life over the past 15 years … and I am delighted to maintain a relationship with this wonderful orchestra,” the Welsh-born conductor has said.

A committee of musicians, trustees and staff will lead the search for a replacement, the orchestra has indicated.

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