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Dallas Symphony Calls Press Conference Wednesday. Can a New CEO Be Far Behind?

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Back in August, Doug Adams rather hastily existed his position as president and CEO of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. At the time, the DSO announced that chief operating officer Paul Stewart would assume the position of president. But no one was named CEO, a position that remains vacant for now -- and, perhaps, till only as late as Wednesday morning.

Moments ago, the DSO sent an invite to a Wednesday morning press conference with Mayor Tom Leppert, DSO chairman Ron Gafford and Rogert Staubach during which they will reveal "a major announcement impacting the future of the Dallas Symphony and the City of Dallas." DSO and city officials won't comment on the nature of the press conference. But, c'mon.

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