Monthly Archives: October 2016


Kulenovic looks to impress Illinois Symphony Orchestra

Vladimir Kulenovic (Solti, ’15) has his hands full with posts at the Lake Forest Symphony Orchestra and the Belgrade Philharmonic. But that’s not stopping him from expanding his presence in Illinois by applying to the music director position at the Illinois Symphony Orchestra in Bloomington. His first trial is on Friday, […]


Ward Stare lends his baton to Mercer University performance

Ward Stare took a break from his post at the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Friday to lead a group of Mercer University students in Macon, GA. The concert will include Mendelssohn’s String Symphony No. 11 in F Major and Mozart’s Divertimento in D Major. The students say they are thrilled to […]


Harada, Kulenovic look for top spot at South Bend Symphony Orchestra

The South Bend Symphony Orchestra has been under the guidance of Maestro Tsung Yeh since 1988. According to the South Bend Tribune, Yeh hand-selected 58 of the ensemble’s current 75 members. So it’s little wonder the search committee for a new music director for the group is about more than […]


Cohler awarded BMI Foundation’s Lionel Newman Conducting Scholarship

Yuga Cohler (Solti, ’15) has turned heads during his first year as music director and conductor of the Young Musicians Foundation (YMF) Debut Orchestra. In April of this year, he led the YMF Orchestra in a production of the blended works of Beethoven and Kanye West in a performance called, […]


Case Scaglione

Scaglione sets bar high with Dallas Season Opener

Case Scaglione (Solti Fellow, ’11), took the podium in early September at the Dallas City Performance Hall to usher in a new season for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and went straight to work putting the ensemble through its paces in a program featuring Mozart’s Serenata notturna, Stravinsky’s Danses concertantes, and […]