I’m very pleased to introduce Brian Hinrichs as our newest Blogging Fellow. You’ll be seeing regular posts from him from now until mid-July. This past Friday, I hosted our kick-off conference call with Brian and Richard Evans to talk more in depth about the principles that undergird EmcArts and the content on ArtsFwd. Brian had great questions and brought some fantastic post ideas. I’m looking forward to seeing his contributions to the site. Welcome!
Brian Hinrichs grew up playing the cello and began transitioning to the administrative side of arts organizations in college. He is interested in innovation through programming and technology, and believes strongly in the power of connecting audiences to the process of creating new works. Brian is currently an MBA candidate at the Bolz Center for Arts Administration in Madison, WI, where he works as a graduate project assistant for the Pro Arte Quartet and is researching the impact of composer-in-residence programs at American symphony orchestras. Previously, he was the director of marketing and community engagement at Madison Opera. As a Fulbright Fellow to Thailand in 2007-08, Brian explored the emerging classical music scene in Bangkok with an eye for organizations and composers fusing traditions. A 2007 graduate of Colgate University, he is originally from Bay Shore, NY. Follow @classicalive. Read Brian’s posts here.
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