Elizabeth Schulze

The Maryland Symphony Orchestra’s Music Director Elizabeth Schulze has agreed to extend her contract through 2024, the organization announced Wednesday.Schulze recently completed her 20th season as the artistic leader of the orchestra.

In 1996 she made her European debut. Her most recent international work includes conducting in Hong Kong, Jerusalem and Taipei. Her guest conducting work in the U.S. includes appearances with over 20 American orchestras.

Her positions with U.S. orchestras include an appointment as associate conductor of the National Symphony Orchestra, music director and conductor of the Waterloo/Cedar Falls Symphony Orchestra, a seven-year tenure as music director and conductor of the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra, principal guest conductor of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic, cover conductor and conducting assistant for the New York Philharmonic, and assistant conductor of the Buffalo Philharmonic.

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