The Moscow Symphony Orchestra has promoted its principal guest conductor to chief conductor. Arthur Arnold has been working with the band since 2001.
Moscow Symphony Orchestra appoints Dutch conductor as new chief
The Moscow Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce the appointment of maestro Arthur Arnold from the Netherlands as its new chief conductor. Arthur Arnold is already well known to the orchestra, having served as principal guest conductor since 2001.
Arthur Arnold conducted the Moscow Symphony Orchestra regularly in Moscow in the Grand Hall of theMoscow Conservatory, the Tchaikovsky Hall and in the Arkhangelskoe festival, as well as in the Dutch tours.
“Audiences loved the combination of conductor and orchestra, each concert was an incredible success and the orchestra played to full houses. But even more important, the orchestra has grown under the guidance of Arnold. It is the logical next step to appoint Arthur Arnold our chief conductor. Arthur has
been deeply involved with the orchestra fundraising activities,” says Marina Levine, managing director and founder of the Moscow Symphony Orchestra. “Arthur Arnold’s appointment coincides beautifully with our participation in the Dutch – Russian bilateral year 2013.”