Thomas Wilkins

Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra

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Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Thomas Wilkins, was 8 years old when he found classical music. “Music was calling me by name.

Hollywood Bowl conductor Thomas Wilkins on connecting musicians

Principal Conductor of the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, Thomas Wilkins, was 8 years old when he found classical music. “Music was calling me by name.

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