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Steven Monder

The president of the new Hawaii Symphony Orchestra has achieved much, but the road remains unclear

By Vicki Viotti

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Apr 27, 2012

~~<p>Steven Monder found Hawaii a welcoming community, the door flung wide open to welcome his guidance in forming the new Hawaii Symphony Orchestra. But for the moment, at least, the rooms behind that door are very sparsely furnished.</p>
<p>The president of the newly formed symphony board sits behind a desk in a truly small office. He and the operations director are HSO's only full-time staff, though Monder, who was pulled out of retirement at age 67 to do this job, asserts that there are some undefined time limits here.</p>
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Steven Monder found Hawaii a welcoming community, the door flung wide open to welcome his guidance in forming the new Hawaii Symphony Orchestra. But for the moment, at least, the rooms behind that door are very sparsely furnished.

The president of the newly formed symphony board sits behind a desk in a truly small office. He and the operations director are HSO's only full-time staff, though Monder, who was pulled out of retirement at age 67 to do this job, asserts that there are some undefined time limits here. Login for more...



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