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Charlotte Symphony Orchestra appoints new assistant conductor

The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra appointed Roger Kalia as assistant conductor for the 2013-2014 season. Kalia will move to Charlotte and begin conducting this fall.

Kalia completes his third season as music director of Indiana’s Columbus Symphony Orchestra this spring. He also served as music director to the Young Musicians Foundation Debut Orchestra in Los Angeles.

Kalia completed his doctoral work as associate instructor of orchestral conducting at Indiana University. He earned a master’s degree in orchestral conducting at the University of Houston, where he was the Schissler conducting fellow.

In addition to community and educational programming, Kalia’s duties include the annual Nutcracker ballet with N.C. Dance Theatre and the Lollipops family series. Leah Harrison

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