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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, October 14, where he’ll conduct […]


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 Saint-Saëns’ Carnival of the Animals. […]


Eleven Conductors Awarded the 2016 Solti Foundation U.S. Career Assistance Award

The Solti Foundation U.S. today announced the largest number of recipients to receive a Solti Foundation Career Assistance Award by the organization in one year, surpassing last year’s nine awards and bringing the number of such grants given by the Foundation in its twelve year history to 46. This year’s recipients hold positions throughout the […]


Weilerstein carries Baltimore performance

Sharing a stage with a YouTube sensation might be intimidating. But if Joshua Weilerstein was nervous, he didn’t show it when he guest-conducted the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in late October. According to the Washington Post, the bill featured works by Mendelssohn, Mozart, and a 2013 work by Christopher Rouse, former BSO composer-in-residence. Robert Battey called […]