Bruce Jaster has been named by the board of directors of the Turtle Creek Chorale as its interim executive director, replacing Kim Sosolik, who resigned this week to pursue other business interests.
Jaster was on the board of the Chorale for 10 years and sang with the group for 15 years. He also established an endowment for the Chorale.
He leaves a position with Price Waterhouse to take this job with the Chorale.
In the LGBT community, Jaster was known in the 1990s as an owner of The Reservation Desk, a travel agency based in Oak Lawn that specialized in gay travel. He serves now on the board of The Dallas Way.
Jaster begins his new position on Jan. 27, just two weeks before the Chorale’s 35th anniversary concert that long-time Chorale artistic director Tim Seelig will conduct. Tickets for that concert are available here.