Annual Meeting 2021
Thursday August 19, 2021 at 5:00 PM
The Chatham Historical Society will be hosting its Virtual Annual Meeting on Thursday August 19, starting at 5:00 pm via Zoom teleconference. After a brief business meeting discussing the museum’s 2021 year and the induction of new members into the Board of Trustees, there will be a keynote address by Artistic Director and Conductor of the Cape Symphony, Jung-Ho Pak.
The meeting will also highlight plans for the coming year at the Atwood Museum, home of the Chatham Historical Society.
This event is virtual, free, and open to members and the general public. Online registration is required.
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Get to know this year’s speaker:
JUNG-HO PAK, Artistic Director and Conductor
Described by the New York Times as a conductor who “radiates enthusiasm” and the Los Angeles Times as “a real grabber,” Jung-Ho Pak is known for his unique vision of the role of classical music. Since 2007 he has been Artistic Director and Conductor of the Cape Symphony in Massachusetts, one of the largest orchestras in the New England region. Mr. Pak is also Artistic Advisor and Conductor of the Fremont Symphony. Previously, he has been Artistic Director and Conductor of Orchestra Nova, the New Haven Symphony Orchestra, and the San Diego Symphony, which Mr. Pak guided from bankruptcy to unprecedented financial success.
As a nationally recognized educator, he served as Music Director with the University of Southern California (USC) Symphony and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Orchestra, as well as Director of Orchestras and Music Director of the World Youth Symphony Orchestra at the Interlochen Center for the Arts, Principal Conductor of the Emmy-nominated Disney Young Musicians Symphony, Music Director of the Debut Orchestra, Colburn Chamber Orchestra, and Diablo Ballet.
Guest conducting has taken him to Europe, Russia, South America and Asia. Mr. Pak is also a frequent speaker on television and radio including TED Talks and NPR appearances, as well as a clinician and conductor at national music festivals.