The Toronto Symphony Orchestra has a new chief executive officer. In July, Matthew Loden will head from Philadelphia to Canada to begin his new post, taking the reins from Interim CEO Gary Hanson. Since January, Loden has served as interim co-president at the Philadelphia Orchestra, alongside Ryan Fleur. Loden, 50, joined the Philadelphia Orchestra as executive vice president of institutional advancement in 2012, where he expanded fundraising initiatives, was responsible for strategic direction and business alignment, and oversaw board, philanthropic, communication, and external-relations efforts. Previously, he was vice president and general manager of the Aspen Music Festival and School, where he led operations and strategic efforts and helped design elements of a $75-million redevelopment of the campus. He has also been director of admissions for the Shepherd School of Music at Houston’s Rice University and artistic director of Young Audiences of Houston. Loden holds degrees in violin performance from Oberlin Conservatory and the Eastman School of Music.