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John Jeter (“Jetter”) has been the music director and conductor of the Fort Smith Symphony since 1997. He is also the recipient of the 2002 Helen M. Thompson Award presented by the American Symphony Orchestra League. This award is given to one outstanding ‘early career’ music director in the United States every two years. It is one of the few awards given to conductors in America. He is the recipient of the Mayor’s Achievement Award for his services to the City of Fort Smith. John Jeter has guest conducted numerous orchestras including the Springfield Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Oklahoma City Philharmonic, Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, North Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Charleston Symphony, Gulf Coast Symphony and Illinois Chamber Symphony among many others. He co-hosts two radio programmes and is involved in many radio and television projects concerning classical music. He received his formal education at the University of Hartford’s Hartt School of Music and Butler University’s Jordan College of Fine Arts.

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