“The Greenwich Symphony Orchestra has announced a new music director after a search that began in late spring 2020 and included each finalist taking the podium to conduct a concert,” writes Annelise Hanshaw in Monday’s (6/6) Greenwich Time (CT). “A panel of musicians and board members selected Stuart Malina, [music director] of the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra in Pennsylvania…. ‘We’re going to be in excellent shape to have a really exciting 2022-2023 season,’ [Greenwich Board Chair Peter] Tesei said…. ‘I think he’s looking to draw in a wider range of audiences by expanding not just on the classical music repertoire but other types of programs in the broader community.’ … The board hopes to expand the symphony’s outreach with Malina’s help and bring in younger crowds with some pops concerts…. Malina is in his 21st season [at] the Harrisburg Symphony Orchestra…. The Lake Placid Sinfonietta … appointed Malina its music director in September 2019…. Malina has crafted dozens of arrangements and compositions, ranging from pops shows to symphonic masterpieces. In 2003, his work orchestrating the musical ‘Movin’ Out’ alongside Billy Joel won a Tony Award. He studied at Harvard University, the Yale School of Music and the Curtis Institute of Music.”