Marin Symphony’s 64th Season & Midori Residency Program
The Marin Symphony is excited to announce its 64th season at Marin Center with conductor Alasdair Neale celebrating his 16th season as Music Director. The 2016-17 Season will be a memorable one as the orchestra welcomes internationally acclaimed violinist, Midori to Marin. The Marin Symphony and its Youth Orchestra have been selected as this season’s sole recipient of her Prestigious Orchestra Residency Program Award. In addition to working with the youth programs and providing outreach to Marin schools, Midori will be the featured guest artist for the Orchestra’s Masterworks 2 program. Overall, the season offers four Masterworks concerts and one holiday pops concert, each putting orchestral power on full display.
MARIN SYMPHONY ASSOCIATION NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
After a three-month national search, the Marin Symphony Association is excited to announce the appointment of Tod Brody as its Executive Director, effective August 1st. Brody comes to the Marin Symphony with fifteen years of executive experience in the performing arts, having most recently served for the past three years as Executive Director of San Francisco-based Opera Parallèle. During his tenure with Opera Parallèle, he oversaw a period of significant artistic and financial growth.
Brody said that he is honored and excited to be appointed Executive Director of the preeminent organization in the cultural landscape of Marin County. “I’ve been part of the Marin Symphony community in a multitude of ways, for many years, and to have the opportunity to participate in leading the organization onward and upward is a really natural next step for me. I’m looking forward to making strong connections with the Symphony’s supporters, to partnering with the board, the musicians, the staff, and to working alongside Alasdair Neale, whom I’ve long admired.” Read the full press release here.