20-something is new music director in Knoxville

The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra has appointed Aram Demirjian to be its next music director, after a year-long trawl of nine candidates.

Demirjian, 29, is currently associate conductor of the Kansas City Symphony.

 

Aram Demirjian

 

 

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  • The Knoxville Symphony is truly one of our fine orchestras. They have had many spectacular music directors, two of whom I have had the pleasure of working with (Kirk Trevor and Lucas Richman). The KSO will indeed thrive and enjoy a bright future with the hiring of Aram, and I wish him and the orchestra many wonderful performances!

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