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December 7, 2019

Mid-season update: 19 latest job wins for Fellows, alumni

New World Symphony

We’re halfway through our 32nd Season and thrilled to acknowledge the many Fellows and alumni who have won jobs in the last few months. From Jacksonville to San Francisco, NWS Fellows will continue to make an impact among their colleagues and in their new communities as they have here in Miami Beach. Join us in congratulating all our Fellows!

Pascal Archer, Principal Clarinet, New Jersey Symphony (one-year)
** Giovanni Bertoni, Principal Clarinet, Jacksonville Symphony
Jennifer Choi, Cello, Dallas Symphony
Julia Coronelli, Principal Harp, Milwaukee Symphony
** Michael Franz, Principal Bass, Pacific Symphony
Kevin Gobetz, Principal Bass, Phoenix Symphony
Andrew Johnson, Percussion, Winnipeg Symphony
Blake-Anthony Johnson, Director of Learning and Community, Louisville Orchestra
Kerry Kavalo, Annual Giving Manager, Oregon Symphony
Kelton Koch, Trombone, Vienna Philharmonic
Ann Lanzilotti, Curator of Music, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Peiming Lin, Violin, National Symphony
Jarrett McCourt, Tuba, Winnipeg Symphony (one-year)
Joseph Peterson, Artistic Planning and Operations Manager, Reno Chamber Orchestra and Nevada Chamber Music Festival
Priscilla Rinehart, Second Horn, Sarasota Orchestra
Jenny Snyder Kozoroz, Program Director, Brevard Music Center
Daniel Stewart, Conductor, Music Director of the San Francisco Symphony Youth Symphony
Evan Zegiel, Tuba, Ann Arbor Symphony (one-year)
Nina Zhou, Assistant Vice President of Advancement, The Colburn School

** Started the 2019-20 season as a Fellow.

Fellows and Alumni: If we have inadvertently omitted your name, please contact Tom Hadley and Marci Falvey.  

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