Ohio's Columbus Symphony Orchestra Appoints New Assistant Conductor

The Columbus Symphony has announced the appointment of conductor Andres Lopera as its new assistant conductor

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The Columbus Symphony, in Ohio, United States has this week announced the appointment of 34-year-old Colombian-born conductor Andres Lopera as its new assistant conductor - effective from September of this year.

Andres currently serves as assistant conductor with the Colorado Symphony.

“I am so excited to welcome Andres to the Columbus Symphony family … his passion, enthusiasm and unique background will be a tremendous asset to our goal of reaching diverse audiences in a meaningful and life-changing way,” Columbus Symphony Music Director Rossen Milanov has said.

As part of his responsibilities, Andres will oversee all six Columbus Symphony Youth Orchestras - as well as lead the Columbus Symphony's education, outreach and family concert series.