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Hall of Fame for School of Arts chief

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — John Mauceri, chancellor of the North Carolina School of the Arts, joined the ranks of musical legends when he was inducted into the Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame in Los Angeles on June 22.

Mauceri is the founding director of the Hollywood Bowl, whose Hall of Fame was created to honor artists who embody the spirit of the Bowl.

The induction ceremony was held on the opening night of the Bowl and featured Mauceri conducting the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra as School of the Arts dancers performed the first movement of “Serenade” by George Balanchine.

He also conducted the orchestra in a performance of the Overture to West Side Story.

Opera great Plácido Domingo was inducted into the Hall of Fame at the same ceremony.

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