Thursday, August 18, 2011

Supertasker: Shreveport Symphony Orchestra maestro Michael Butterman resides in Shreveport but is dynamo at 3 additional orchestras

Michael Butterman - recognized for his commitment to creative artistry, innovative programming, and audience and community development, says Janet Braccio - has extended his contract as music director with the Shreveport Symphony Orchestra through the 2013-2014 seasons.

He has also resigned with the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra for an equal commitment, says Bella Voce Communications.

Additionally, Butterman is entering his third season as resident conductor of the Jacksonville Symphony.

Indeed, he also begins his twelfth season as principal conductor for education and outreach for the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra.

Butterman has also completed a new recording project. He and the Rochester Philharmonic recently released a CD entitled "The Story of Babar and A Family for Baby Grand," with narrators John Lithgow and Jennifer Carsillo.

Butterman, guest artist David Amram and the orchestra open the SSO season on Sat, Sept 24, at Riverview Theater.

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