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SEATTLE SYMPHONY NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
November 4, 2010, 11:37 am
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The Seattle Times
The Seattle Symphony has named its new executive director. Simon Woods, chief executive of the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, has accepted the post. Woods is taking over for interim executive director Mark McCampbell, who stepped in when Thomas Philion left in February. Some tasks will begin immediately, and Woods will take over the position full-time beginning in May 2011. Previous US experience for Woods has been with the Philadelphia Orchestra and the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra. Welcome to Seattle, Mr. Woods!

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