Monthly Archives: February 2013

Emerging Arts Leaders: Keep the High Energy and Flow of Ideas

Even though there a quite a number of orchestras with the spot light on them over their financial troubles and labor disputes, it is probably the most exciting time to be an emerging leader in this “music world.” Even still,

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Creating Content for more years to come

The Philadelphia Orchestra has recently emerged from bankruptcy this past July, and is not shying away from taking big steps with Mr. Nézet-Séguin. They plan to release its first recording on a major label in 16 years, on Deutsche Grammophon

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SPCO – Presentation to Board/management, Legislative hearing

SPCO – presentation to Board/management, Legislative hearing Awhile ago I signed the petition created by the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra to end the lockout. Close to 3,000 people singed! Now, I have never heard them play but who likes to hear news

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Hail to the Ravens!

In my support for the Ravens in this Superbowl, here is a video that has become popular from the online social media feud between the Baltimore Symphony and the San Francisco Symphony. Performed by musicians and friends of the Baltimore

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Andrew Llewellyn

Andrew Llewellyn

Arts administrator with experience in concert production, event planning, website development, and grant writing. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and a trombone performance minor from St. Mary’s College of Maryland. He continues to study trombone with Bryan Bourne, former principal trombonist of “The President’s Own Marine Band,” and perform with the Chesapeake Orchestra in Leonardtown, MD. He is an Honorary Member of the Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America and is passionate about reading, international travel, and a great cup of coffee.

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