Fred Bronstein Appointed Peabody Institute Dean

Fred Bronstein, the highly successful chief executive of one of America’s major symphonies, an accomplished pianist, and a dedicated music educator, has been appointed to lead the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, the nation’s first music conservatory.

Bronstein, president of the renowned St. Louis Symphony since 2008 and previously of the Dallas and Omaha symphonies, will join the university in June.

“Dr. Bronstein’s experience, accomplishments, and creativity—as a performer, as a music educator and, most recently, as a dynamic and visionary chief executive—mark him as the leader for Peabody’s future,” said Ronald J. Daniels, president of the university, who recommended the appointment to the Johns Hopkins board of trustees.

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