Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra's COO to retire

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Michael Bielski, senior vice president and chief operating officer of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, will retire at the end of the 2014-15 season after 25 years with the organization, the PSO announced Monday. 

In various roles with the orchestra, Mr. Bielski collaborated with Marvin Hamlisch on the PSO’‍s pops series, managed international tours, including the orchestra’‍s visit to the Vatican in 2004, and helped develop community partnerships with organizations such as West Virginia University and the Scottish Rite Cathedral in New Castle. 

Jim Wilkinson, president and CEO, said he will work with the PSO board to determine a selection process for Mr. Bielksi’‍s replacement. 

 


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