Pacific Symphony's Carl St. Clair Named to German Post | Playbill

Classic Arts News Pacific Symphony's Carl St. Clair Named to German Post
Carl St. Clair, music director of California's Pacific Symphony, has been named music director of the German National Theater in Weimar and chief conductor of the Weimar State Orchestra, Deutsche Presse-Agentur reports.
St. Clair, who has led the Pacific Symphony for ten years, will succeed Jac van Steen in Weimar on April 1.

St. Clair studied at the Tanglewood Music Center in the 1980s and served as assistant conductor of the Boston Symphony for four years. He frequently makes guest-conducting appearances in Germany, where he has led the Bamberg Symphony and the radio symphonies of Stuttgart, Frankfurt, and other cities.

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