The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra has appointed NATE BACHHUBER as director of artistic planning and administration for the Cincinnati Symphony and Cincinnati May Festival, the long-running choral festival. Bachhuber goes to Cincinnati from the Los Angeles Philharmonic, where he has served as artistic administrator since April 2014. At the Los Angeles Philharmonic, he was responsible for artistic initiatives including the LA Phil’s Hollywood Bowl summer classical season, Reykjavík Festival in 2017, Noon to Midnight programming, and the “Green Umbrella” series showcasing new music through innovative concert experiences. Bachhuber also oversaw the LA Phil’s Baroque, Organ, Sounds About Town, and Chamber Music series at Walt Disney Concert Hall. He previously held positions in public relations and digital strategy at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Bachhuber hails from Wisconsin and holds bachelor of vocal performance and master of opera degrees from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. His first day with the Cincinnati Symphony will be March 1.
Posted January 17, 2018