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Schulze extends contract as music director of the Maryland Symp

April 20, 2004

Elizabeth Schulze, music director of the Maryland Symphony Orchestra, has extended her contract with the orchestra through the 2007-08 season, the MSO board of directors said in a news release.

The announcement of the contract extension was made Monday night at the MSO board of directors meeting, the release said.

James Piern, president of the MSO board, said he was delighted that Schulze had decided to remain with the orchestra as music director, a position she has held since 1999.

In addition to her work as music director and conductor of the MSO, Schulze in recent seasons has served as a conducting assistant and cover conductor for the New York Philharmonic.

She has held the positions of associate conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra in Washington, music director and conductor of the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra in Iowa and, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts, assistant conductor for the Buffalo Philharmonic.

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She also was music director and conductor of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra in Wisconsin for seven seasons.

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