Dallas Symphony finds its next president in Boston

The doubly-headless Dallas Symphony has named Kim Noltemy, COO of the Boston Symphony, as its new president. She starts work in January.

Noltemy has been in charge of Boston’s sigital marketing, among other strategic areas.

Her first priority in Dallas will be to land a music director to replace the departing Jaap Van Zweden.

 

That leaves just five top US orchestras desperately seeking a chief exec.

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