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Topic - Peter Nero
The Philly Pops on Tuesday announced the successor to artistic director and founding conductor Peter Nero, who will step down in 2013 after more than three decades as the group's leader and most recognizable face.
Philly Pops artistic director Peter Nero will step down in 2013 after more than three decades as the group's leader and most recognizable face.
The Philly Pops wants to get rid of the artistic director who has been its leader for more than three decades, saying his contract is too expensive.
The Philadelphia Orchestra and Peter Nero and the Philly Pops have agreed to end their six-year business partnership, according to documents filed Monday in federal bankruptcy court.
Mr. Nero, 78, announced in August that he was departing the Pops after 35 years as the leader and the face of the ensemble.
Cranston schools superintendent Peter Nero tells the Providence Journal the banner is being stored in an undisclosed location.