Ruth Reinhardt is Assistant Conductor of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra (DSO), where she recently gave her critically-acclaimed subscription debut stepping in to replace Stanislaw Skrowaczewski on short notice in a concert selected by the Dallas Morning News as one of the year's highlights. With the DSO Ruth conducts a wide variety of the orchestra's extensive concerts and programs, including its contemporary alternative ReMix series, regular subscriptions for "DSO on the Go" programs performed in neighboring cities and communities, as well as concerts during DSO's innovative Soluna Festival. 

Ms. Reinhardt is a Dudamel Fellow of the Los Angeles Philharmonic for the 17/18 season. She has recently guest conducted the Cleveland Orchestra, Indianapolis Symphony, San Diego Symphony, Seattle Symphony, Malmö Symphony, and the Orchester Musikkollegium Winterthur in a concert televised throughout Switzerland. Upcoming engagements include the North Carolina Symphony, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra in the Primrose Viola Competition, her subscription debut with the Dallas Symphony, as well as performances with the symphony orchestras of Fort Worth, Omaha, Orlando, Santa Fe, Sarasota, and Seattle. This summer, she makes her debut with the Stockholm Philharmonic, and will serve as the Assistant Conductor of the Lucerne Festival Academy Orchestra. In addition, she will work with Carnegie Hall's National Youth Orchestra (NYO-USA), assisting Michael Tilson Thomas. Ms. Reinhardt was recently selected as one of three active participants in the annual master class of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, this year given by Daniele Gatti. 

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