Bruce Coppock, former president of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra who left his position in 2008 to undergo cancer treatment, has found work in a more southern clime.
Coppock will become the Managing Director of the Cleveland Orchestra’s Miami Residency.
The Cleveland Orchestra’s Miami Residency, now in its sixth year, features a series of subscription concerts the orchestra performs in the Miami-Dade area.
Coppock considers himself nearly fully recovered from his bout with cancer and will assume his position on a full time basis on June 27.
“The Miami Residency is one of the most compelling and creative initiatives ever undertaken by an American orchestra. It is an honor to be given the opportunity to serve Miami’s growing and vibrant cultural life, and to work with The Cleveland Orchestra, which has long had my deepest admiration,” Coppock said.