A look into the concertmaster search process
With the start of the 2018–19 season, the Indianapolis Symphony is embarking on a search for a new concertmaster. A search committee that comprises Krzysztof Urbański, Jack Everly, and representatives of musicians and staff will invite violinists from all around the world to join the orchestra as guest concertmasters throughout the season. While some of these violinists will be considered for the concertmaster position, others will appear simply as guests of the orchestra. In addition to inviting these violinists, the ISO will hold a formal audition for the concertmaster position, which may yield further candidates who will also be invited to perform with the orchestra. Identifying a gifted musician, strong leader, and community-minded representative of the orchestra to serve as concertmaster will not be a quick process. However, this deliberate approach will undoubtedly bring the best possible candidates for the position to Indianapolis. We hope you enjoy this season of musicmaking from some of today’s most talented violinists.
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