Monthly Archives: March 2013

Originally posted on Brian Lauritzen:
A couple of days ago, an article appeared in Bloomberg that was so misinformed, so short-sighted, so petty, so ignorant, and so utterly ridiculous that to let it go unchallenged would be irresponsible. The article…

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“Donor Fatigue” an Excuse for Poor Fundraising Practices – NPQ – Nonprofit Quarterly

GREAT article on ‘Donor Fatigue.’ “Its not the asking that fatigues me. I’m tired of the insufficient love I get from you.” http://www.nonprofitquarterly.org/management/21961-donor-fatigue-an-excuse-for-poor-fundraising-practices.html

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San Francisco Cancelled East Coast Tour

From the press release that came out today, the San Francisco Symphony has cancelled their three city east coast tour. They were supposed to depart for these concerts this coming Thursday. The Musicians of the symphony had rejected the federal

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Kurt Vonnegut

Just a great quote about the arts from his book “A Man Without A Country.” Pretty inspiring. P.S. It is also interesting to note that a lot of people take out the beginning of the actual sentence, which is, “If

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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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