Final CSO Conductor applicant takes the stage Saturday
April 7, 2017
The Carmel Symphony Orchestra wraps up the search for its new conductor/director this weekend. Following an extensive search, the CSO's Search Committee invited each of the three finalists to conduct a CSO concert this spring with the orchestra having significant input into the final decision regarding the next conductor/music director.
Up next, on April 8, is Janna Hymes, leading the CSO in Ariel and New World Symphony. Tickets are still available for the 7:30 p.m. performance.
Hymes currently serves as the music director of the Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra of Virginia (leading its first international tour) as well as the Maine Pro Musica Orchestra. Local audiences may remember her as associate conductor of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. She’s served as a guest conductor for numerous orchestras throughout the United States and internationally with the Costa Rica National Symphony, the Delta Ensemble of Holland, the National Orchestre de Lyon, Besancon Chamber Orchestra and the Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico.
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