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Cape Cod Broadcasting, our Broadcast sponsor, wanted to know what a conductor has on his iPod, so they've asked Jung-Ho for his weekly picks. We think you'll be surprised at how ecletic his musical pallette really is.  Click here for his YouTube picks--accompanied by his thoughts on music.



Cape Classical 107.5 (WFCC) has a new segment with Jung-Ho called Maestro Minute.  Learn more about the Cape Symphony, upcoming performances and what's happening in music today during these fun and fascinating interviews.  The interviews are also available here


Our New Table Wines from France Make a Wonderful Gift,

and Each Purchase Benefits the Cape Symphony & Conservatory.

Thanks to the ingenuity of Cape Cod Wholesale Wine & Spirits, we've been able to introduce new red and white table wines from France under our own label. 

The wines are available individually or by the case at Orleans Wine & Spirits, and a portion of every sale helps keep the arts alive on Cape Cod. Each year more than 22,000 children and adults attend our concerts, take classes at the Conservatory or participate in one of our Community Outreach Programs.  Now that's something to toast. Life without the Arts is like a glass without wine.  We hope you'll enjoy ours with your next meal or gathering.


For More Information or to Place Your Order
Or Visit: Orleans Wine & Spirits, 9 West Road, Orleans

Wines Are Also Available At:
Barnstable Market, 3220 Main Street, Barnstable
Brewster Wine & Spirits, 2655 Main Street, Brewster
Craigville Package Store, 2946 Falmouth Road, Osterville
Daggett's Liquors, 1071 Route 28, South Yarmouth
Harney's Wine & Liquors, at Ring Bros, Route 134, Dennis
Orleans Wine & Spirits, 9 West Road, Skaket Plaza, Orleans
Salty Market, 2 Highland Road, North Truro
Seaside Liquors, 1447 Route 6, South Wellfleet
Windfall Market, 77 Scranton Ave, Falmouth

Wines Are Served At:
Alberto's Ristorante, 360 Main Street, Hyannis
Captain Linnell House, 137 Skaket Beach Road, Orleans
King's Way Grille, 81 Kings Circuit, Yarmouth Port
L'Alouette, 787 Route 28, Harwich Port
Land Ho!, Route 6A & Cove Road, Orleans
PB Boulangerie Bistro, 15 Lecount Hollow Road, South Wellfleet
Primavera Ristorante, 43 Route 6A, Yarmouth Port
Wequassett Resort, 2173 Route 28, Harwich


Dear Patrons, Benefactors and Friends,

On behalf of the Cape Symphony & Conservatory, I am pleased to announce that the Board of Trustees has unanimously voted to appoint Roland E. Valliere as President & CEO, effective November 9, 2015.

Roland is currently the President & CEO of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra (MSO).  Prior to his service with the MSO, he held the same position with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra and also served as the Executive Director of the Kansas City Symphony.  A native of Cumberland, Rhode Island, Roland views his appointment to the newly-created position of President & CEO of the Cape Symphony & Conservatory (CS&C) as a “career-defining” opportunity.  As his background indicates, Roland is a seasoned symphony executive. He is also charismatic, hugely energetic, and entrepreneurial in spirit.  The Board believes that Roland’s considerable experience will lead the Symphony & Conservatory to new heights.  As the CS&C moves forward with its plans to build a first-class performing arts center for the Cape Cod community, Roland’s extensive fundraising experience will prove he is the right person, for the right job, at the right time.

The Search Committee recruited nationally for this position and has taken considerable pride in the fact that numerous candidates of Roland’s stature pursued the opportunity.  That the CS&C has attracted candidates of this caliber is, in no small measure, testimony to the extraordinary foundation built over the past eight years by Artistic Director and Conductor Jung-Ho Pak and former Executive Director Jerome Karter.  Roland inherits a vibrant organization, poised to move to the next level under his leadership.  He will live on the Cape with his wife, Milisa, an abstract expressionist painter. The Vallieres have two grown children.

We are pleased to let everyone know that Roland has been able to arrange his on-going commitments to the MSO to provide for two visits to the Cape before November.  These visits will coincide with the opening concert in September and the concert week in early October.  The Board of Trustees and CS&C staff look forward to introducing Roland to the Cape community during these visits.

In conclusion, please allow me to thank the Search Committee for their tireless efforts in pursuit of a President & CEO.  In finding Roland Valliere, they have succeeded beyond all of our expectations.

Yours sincerely,


Elizabeth McNichols Dunning
Chair, Board of Trustees

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