Maestro moves: Spain to Columbus (have we been here before?)

The Columbus Symphony Orchestra in Ohio is about to announce its new music director, starting in 2015.

It’s Rossen Milanov, 49, a Bulgarian who is presently music director of the OSPA (Orq. Sinf. de Principe de Asturias) in Oviedo, Spain. He will hold both positions, as well as a third job at the Princeton Symphony Orchestra.

Milanov replaces the Canadian Jean-Marie Zeitouni, whose contract was ‘not renewed’ by Columbus at the end of last season. Zeitouni yesterday landed a job in Colorado.

The season has started, the  merry-go-round has begun.

rossen milanov

 h/t: Dianne Winsor

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