James Judd
Photo: Harald Hoffmann

Two years after the death of its longtime conductor, Dino Anagnost, the New York based Little Orchestra Society named James Judd as its new music director. Judd, a British conductor (*1949), is known for his numerous recordings and his longstanding directorships at the Florida Philharmonic and the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. He will be planning and leading the Little Orchestra Society’s annual concerts at Avery Fisher Hall, City Center, Hunter College and elsewhere.

Celebrating 66 years of performances this season, The Little Orchestra Society shares the vitality of live classical music and seeks to build future audiences by presenting innovative concerts that incorporate multiple art forms to foster a deeper understanding and enjoyment of music. Apart the orchestra’s concerts for adults it has very successful series like the ‘Happy Concerts’ and ‘Lolli-pops’ children’s series.

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