Connecticut’s Stamford Symphony Announces New Music Director

The Stamford Symphony has announced the appointment of American conductor Michael Stern as its new Music Director

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The Stamford Symphony, in Connecticut, has this week announced the appointment of American conductor Michael Stern as its new Music Director – effective from the commencement of the 2020-21 season.

 

 

“We are delighted to welcome Michael Stern as our Music Director Designate … in Michael we have secured a musician of extraordinary talent, vision and a keen sense of the role of the modern-day symphony in the community …” Stamford Symphony President and CEO, Russel Jones has this week said.

“We look forward to an extraordinary period of high-quality music-making and community engagement, on and off the stage,” he has said.

Michael currently serves as Music Director of the Kansas City Symphony – and as Founding Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the IRIS Orchestra.

 

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