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CSO’s New Conductor, Unable To Return Home, Uses Time Productively

Stranded, Conductor

Uses Time Productively

Zoltowski Walking Friend’s Dog,

Thinking About Symphony’s Future

Maciej Zoltowski interviewed at Latte Lounge before it shifted to takeout. (Ian Austin/AllOTSEGO.com)

ONEONTA – The Catskill Symphony’s new conductor, Maestro Maciej Zoltowski, has been stranded in Upstate New York due to coronavirus strictures, but is using his time here productively.

Here’s the text of a letter to CSO members, received today:

“I hope this note finds you all in good health. My elbow (he fell on ice last November while here for his audition concert) has healed remarkably well, and I had been looking forward to greeting many of you at the Cabaret Concert. As you are all aware, the government forced our hand to cancel this years’ Cabaret because of the coronavirus. We at Catskill Symphony Orchestra, however, are looking to the future.

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