DALLAS (AP) - An executive with the Charlotte Symphony has been named to lead the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.
DSO officials Monday announced the appointment of Jonathan Martin as president and CEO, effective in early September. Terms of the five-year agreement were not released.
Martin spent four years with the Charlotte Symphony, after serving as general manager of the Cleveland Orchestra.
He replaces David Hyslop, who has been Dallas Symphony Orchestra's interim president and CEO since May 2011.
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