St. Louis Symhony Prez Quitting

The president of the St. Louis Symphony has announced that he will step down at the end of the current season. In his time with the SLSO, Randy Adams has been credited with turning around the orchestra’s financial fortunes, but he also presided over a long musicians’ strike in 2005. “Adams said he decided to leave now because he wants his successor in place before the orchestra deals with a number of tough challenges.”