The High Velocity crew chats with Cobb Symphony Orchestraâ€™s conductor Mike Alexander and incoming Executive Director, Bob Sanna.
Cobb Symphony Orchestra isÂ a semi-professional ensemble founded in 1951 and based in suburban Kennesaw, Georgia. Earlier this month, the CSO named Bob Sanna as its new executive director, replacing Brian Hermanson, who served from 2007 until March of this year and left to take charge of the San Luis Obispo Symphony Orchestra in California.
Sanna, 72, founded the New York Philharmonic Free Concert Committee of Long Island and was its chairman for 10 years. The concert is billed as Long Islandâ€™s largest public event. Sanna won several media awards in his career in advertising, as president and creative director of New Yorkâ€™s Sanna Mattson MacLeod, from which he retired in 2003.
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