Rei Hotoda will conduct the Fresno Philharmonic on Sunday, March 19, 2017. She’s a finalist to be the next conductor of the philharmonic.
Rei Hotoda will conduct the Fresno Philharmonic on Sunday, March 19, 2017. She’s a finalist to be the next conductor of the philharmonic. © Todd Rosenberg Photography Special to The Bee
Rei Hotoda will conduct the Fresno Philharmonic on Sunday, March 19, 2017. She’s a finalist to be the next conductor of the philharmonic. © Todd Rosenberg Photography Special to The Bee

Meet Rei Hotoda, the Fresno Philharmonic’s 5th conductor candidate

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