ASO’s Romanstein resigns; Neal named interim leader
by Staff Reports
03:47 PM, Monday, September 29
The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra in Midtown Monday announced Stanley Romanstein, Ph.D., has resigned as its president and CEO, effective immediately. The move comes in the middle of a lockout of musicians over a new contract after the musicians’ pre...

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