The Third Music Director Candidate Leads the Catskill Symphony Orchestra
| November 14, 2019
Catskill Symphony Orchestra welcomes Maciej Zoltowski, the third Music Director candidate. He talks to us by phone from his native Poland about the program, trying to keep up his violin skills amid his busy conducting schedule, and his love of interacting with other musicians.
Photo credit: Catskill Symphony Orchestra
Updated at 2:15 p.m. ET
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