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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) seeks an inspirational, decisive, and dynamic leader to be its next President & CEO. The President & CEO will serve as the top steward and ambassador of the BSO’s significant standing as one of the world’s most respected symphony orchestras.
As a dedicated strategist who understands how to gain trust for and consensus around bold, action-oriented plans, BSO’s President & CEO will build upon the orchestra’s positive momentum and identify new ways for BSO to expand its profile, strengthen its financial position, connect more deeply and authentically with audiences and supporters, and ensure the deep collaboration of all members of the BSO board, staff, orchestra, and artistic teams working towards a common goal.
The President & CEO will inspire and motivate a dedicated team and devoted community, galvanizing supporters to contribute their energy and resources in service of the company, and augmenting the messaging of BSO’s importance to its community, locally, regionally, and globally. The President & CEO will be a visible presence in the community advocating for the BSO and the excellence of its concerts and educational programs.
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has engaged Management Consultants for the Arts to lead the search for their President & CEO, and interested candidates may apply for this position by visiting this link: https://mcaonline.com/searches/president-ceo-bso
BSO’s mission is “to perform the highest quality symphonic music of all eras that nurtures the human spirit. The BSO is committed to engaging, inspiring, educating, and serving its audiences and to enhancing the State of Maryland as a cultural center of vitality and importance.”
BSO was founded in 1916 as a branch of the Baltimore municipal government and began operating as a private institution in 1942. The Orchestra maintains close relationships with the governments and communities of the city and surrounding counties, as well as the State of Maryland. The BSO’s 2021-22 Season will mark a full return to performances for live audiences at the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall and The Music Center at Strathmore. With eight commissions and three world premieres, the season presents well-known works in new contexts while lifting the work of diverse artists and composers and the stories of repressed voices in our history. More information can be found at: https://www.bsomusic.org/
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