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Three new veeps in St Louis

May 25, 2017 by norman lebrecht

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America’s second-oldest orch is upgrading under Canadian management:

 

 

(May 25, 2017, St. Louis, MO) – Today, St. Louis Symphony President & CEO Marie-Hélène Bernard announced key senior management team appointments. Erik Finley, a seasoned artistic and operations manager with major orchestras across the country, has been appointed Vice President, Artistic and Operations. Veteran strategic communications executive Adam Crane has been promoted to Senior Vice President of External Affairs and Strategic Initiatives. Amy Drummond, a recognized philanthropic leader with a track record of successful fundraising and stewardship campaigns, has been promoted to Vice President of Philanthropy.

 St. Louis Symphony President & CEO, Marie-Hélène Bernard said:

 

“With this truly exceptional management team in place, our goals of reaching a growing audience and finding new and fresh ways to make music relevant here and around the world are attainable. Working alongside such a talented and committed group of colleagues is a joy and a privilege, and I am excited by all that we can accomplish together.”

 


Comments (1)

  1. Old Man in the Midwest says:

    Just rent cars from Enterprise and everyone will be happy!


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