Seattle Symphony Announces New Concertmaster After 3-Year Search

The Seattle Symphony has announced the appointment of 34-year-old American violinist Noah Geller as its new Concertmaster

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The Seattle Symphony has this week announced the appointment of 34-year-old American violinist Noah Geller as its new Concertmaster – effective from September of this year.

A graduate of The Juilliard School, where he studied with Hyo Kang, Donald Weilerstein and Cho-Liang Lin, Noah has served as Concertmaster of the Kansas City Symphony since 2012 – and previously served as Assistant Concertmaster of The Philadelphia Orchestra.

He will replace violinist Alexander Velinzon – who stepped down from the ensemble at the end of the 2014-2015 season.

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