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The Association of California Symphony Orchestras (ACSO) announced today that Kris (Saslow) Sinclair will retire from her position as Executive Director after a 31- year tenure leading the organization. The ACSO Board of Directors will begin the search for a new Executive Director in January 2016.
"On behalf of ACSO and its members, partners, and advocates, I would like to thank Kris Sinclair for her incredibly meaningful contributions to making ACSO the network, the voice and the forum for classical music in the West," said Debbie Chinn, President of the ACSO Board. "Her work has always been about bringing people together and creating a vibrant community, and she has advocated tirelessly for music's ability to do the same. The entire Board of ACSO joins me in a heartfelt standing ovation for her three decades of work advocating for music and those that make it, connect us to one another, and inspire us through a shared vision. We wish her much happiness and much great music in her retirement."
"I am deeply honored and privileged to have served in a field for which I have so much passion," said Sinclair. "For me, ACSO has always been about people; the incredible members of ACSO and the passion they have to build, innovate and strengthen their own connections. I have had the great pleasure of being able to nurture a spirit of family and community in everything we do, from our conferences, training, mentoring, and advocacy. I believe we have elevated the awareness of the value and presence of classical music in the state greatly in this time, and we have been blessed with wonderful partners who clearly see the value and necessity for ACSO members' work and service."
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