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Thomas Joiner begins 20th season in Hendersonville

Thomas Joiner, Professor of Violin, Furman Symphony Orchestra Conductor, and Director of Orchestral Activities.

“Music directors and orchestras often stick together about as long as coaches last with professional football teams,” says Matt Peiken of Blue Ridge Public Radio. But Sept. 9 marks the start of Thomas Joiner’s 20th season as conductor of the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra. Peiken speaks to the longtime Furman music faculty member and members of the HSO about what has made the conductor/orchestra relationship so successful.

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