Estonian Anu Tali, who co-founded the Nordic Symphony Orchestra, will become the music director of Sarasota Orchestra for at least three seasons.
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The Sarasota Orchestra today named Anu Tali as its new music director. The 40-year-old Estonian conductor is being signed to a three-year contract that will officially begin August 1.
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