US orchestra chief quits within a yearmain
Hailed on arrival by music director Teddy Abrams as a ‘world-class leader in the orchestra world’, Louisville Orchestra CEO Robert Massey has quit inside a year.
Massey said it was a mutual decision and that the job was not what he expected when he came to Louisville a year ago from Florida, where he had been the president and CEO of the Jacksonville Symphony for four years….
In an interview with The Courier Journal on Friday evening, Massey said he and the orchestra’s board members examined the organization’s vision and strategies and realized they weren’t aligned.
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