Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra’s Anderson moving on

Posted on: August 27, 2010

Thursday (8/26) on the Star Tribune (Minneapolis) website, Claude Peck writes, “After a national search, the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra named Helane Anderson as its director of artistic planning at the beginning of this year. Anderson’s last day at the Chamber Orchestra is Aug. 31. The SPCO said only that Anderson would ‘pursue other interests.’ The SPCO will seek a replacement for Anderson, who was charged with working with SPCO President Sarah Lutman and the orchestra’s Artistic Partners and artistic vision committee to make decisions about programming, repertoire and guest artists. Before joining the SPCO, Anderson had worked for two years as an artistic administrator at the Los Angeles Philharmonic, producing the orchestra’s classical programming at the Hollywood Bowl, as well as series devoted to chamber music, new music, Baroque, organ and educational concerts.”

Posted August 27, 2010