UK maestro quits in his second yearNews
It looks like Covid’s to blame.
The British conductor Timothy Redmond was ushered in with fanfares as music director of the Winston-Salem Symphony in October 2019.
Most of his first season was lost to Covid. The second has not gone well. In a statement, Redmond said the frequent flying to and from Winston-Salem was no longer sustainable and he feared burnout.
His resignation takes immediate effect.