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Kevin Lin Violinist

WAS THERE ANY HESITATION ABOUT JOINING THE ISO WITH MUSIC DIRECTOR KRZYSZTOF URBAŃSKI LEAVING SOON AND HIS SUCCESSOR UNKNOWN?

I find that exciting, actually. I’m sad to see Krzysztof go, but 10 years is a long time for a musical director. Hopefully, I can help pave the way for the next decade. London just hired a new musical director, so I saw what did and didn’t work there.

WHAT WORKED AND WHAT DIDN’T?

A lot of it was internal politics. We’re very happy with who we found, but when you’re working with a lot of decision makers, it’s impossible to get 100 percent consensus. I saw

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