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New Maryland Symphony board elected

July 22, 2000

New Maryland Symphony board elected



The Maryland Symphony Orchestra has elected its 2000-2001 board of directors.

Bennett S. Rubin has been elected president of the MSO for the 2000-2001 and 2001-2002 seasons, succeeding Alan J. Noia. The orchestra's principal viola chair has been named the Alan J. Noia Chair in honor of Noia's service as president in the symphony's 1998-1999 and 1999-2000 seasons.

Marjorie M. Hobbs has been elected vice president/president-elect. Other officers of the executive committee include Mary L. Kalin, secretary; John J. McElwee Jr., treasurer; Howard S. Kaylor, assistant treasurer; Alan J. Noia, endowment chair; James G. Pierne, development chair; George A. Drastal, marketing chair, John M. Waldersdorf, nominating chair; Barbara K. Henderson, personnel chair; Brendan D. Fitzsimmons, artistic advisory chair; Doris E. Lehman, guild president; and members-at-large J. Emmet Burke, Robert C. Stift and Donald R. Harsh Jr.

Board members re-elected to a three-year term include Anton T. Dahbura, John F. Erath, Dr. Carl J. Galligan, Dr. Jody Long, Edward H. Lough, William H. Plummer, William J. Reuter, Brenda C. Rosenthal, Ralph L. Sharrett, James R. Stojak and Christine P. Tischer.

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Newly elected board members serving three-year terms include Carolyn W. Brooks, Philip A. Kelly and Thomas C. Newcomer. Robert T. Kenney has been named president emeritus.

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