Long-time board member and orchestra player Steve Machtinger was elected President of the Marin Symphony Association Board of Directors in 2015. Steve has enjoyed dual careers as a securities lawyer and violist, and currently serves as General Counsel at Code Advisors, an investment bank in San Francisco. Steve has played viola in the Marin Symphony since 1982 and has also performed with the San Jose Symphony, Sacramento Symphony and Boston Pops. In recent years, he has been exploring the philosophical implications of the music of Mozart and has given lecture-performances at the Commonwealth Club, Humanities West and the Mostly Mozart Festival at Lincoln Center in New York. He and his wife Susan live in Tiburon.
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Renee Rymer has served on the Marin Symphony Association board for over 20 years. She brings years of banking experience as well as a knowledge of Marin County to the Board. She is a classical music lover, amateur pianist and singer, and she sings in the Marin Symphony Chorus. She holds an MBA from SF State University, an MA from UC Berkeley in German, and a BS from the University of Minnesota. She spent her Junior year abroad at the University of Heidelberg, Germany. Renee is a member of ACSO, Association of California Symphony Orchestras.
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Lynn began a 30 year music teaching career after receiving her music education degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, where she serves on the School of Music Board of Visitors. Lynn has been active in the Marin arts community as a longtime member of the board of Youth in Arts, member of the Winifred Baker Chorale, Consort Chorale, and Marin Symphony Chorus. She has been an enthusiastic patron of the Marin Symphony for 25 years and is excited to serve on its Board. Lynn and her husband live in Greenbrae.
Renee Froman began her violin studies with Charles Meacham and Hugo Rinaldi. She played with Marin Youth Orchestra and Orchestra Piccola through high school and feels this experience was invaluable and set her on a course for a professional life as a musician. After graduating UC Berkeley in violin and piano, Renee played with the Galilee Orchestra in Israel, and then worked in Hollywood, editing recordings for Angel Records/EMI. Currently playing with several Bay Area orchestras, she also works as a piano accompanist and teaches piano in her Berkeley studio. She has served on the Marin Symphony’s Board of Directors since 2009.
William (“Will”) Glasgow has served, over the course of his career, as a senior executive in many industries, including financial services, real estate, energy, telecommunications and the law; he has also been active in venture capital and real estate private equity. He is the retired Chief Restructuring Officer of AIG’s global real estate subsidiary. Prior to that he was a Principal at Scanlan Kemper Bard Companies, a real estate private equity firm, and Managing director of Madrona Venture Group.
Earlier in his career he held a number of senior executive positions at PacifiCorp, then the nation’s largest diversified elecric utility (now owned by Berkshire Hathaway). After PacifiCorp, Will served as President and Chief Executive Officer of BCN Data Systems, a Bechtel international joint venture. At the beginning of his career, Will was a partner at the law firms of Stoel Rives and Perkins Coie (where he was the founding and managing partner of its Portland office).
Will is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Marin Symphony Association where he serves on its Executive and Finance Committees. He has always been active in community and charitable affairs, having founded and served as President of the Oregon Sports Authority; and served on the Boards of Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (as President), the Portland Art Museum, and the Oregon Graduate School of Science and Technology. Will holds a B.S. degree from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania (Magna Cum Laude) and a J.D. degree from Harvard Law School (Magna Cum Laude).
Steve Goldman is a world-recognized expert and pioneer in computer storage technology including disk caching and RAID. In 1977, Steve Goldman founded Distributed Processing Technology, the first company to develop and manufacture intelligent storage controllers for the computer industry. In the 1980’s, he helped create several computer interface standards for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) including the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI). In 2000, Mr. Goldman retired from the computer industry to pursue philanthropic interests in the arts and sciences.
Mr. Goldman has served as President of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, and as Vice President of the Marin Symphony. In addition Mr. Goldman has served on the Board of Trustees for United Arts of Central Florida, the Orlando Museum of Art, the Orlando Festival of Orchestras, and the Orlando Science Center. In 2002 he served as interim CEO for the Orlando Science Center. He is a member of the Dean’s Advisory Councils for the University of Central Florida’s College of Arts and Humanities, and the College of Sciences.
Mr. Goldman founded and sponsors the National Young Composers Challenge and is the creator of the charitable non-profit corporation Why U which develops animated video tutorials for math and science education. Steve Goldman studied music composition at Interlochen Center for the Arts, and in 1974 received a BS in Physics from the University of Florida. He is a member of the Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honor Society.
Erica Posner is a musician representative to the Marin Symphony Association’s Board of Directors and has been a community player and cellist in the Marin Symphony for 40 years. In high school, she was a member of the Marin Symphony Youth Orchestra under the direction of Hugo Rinaldi. She loves playing in the orchestra, making music with the friends she has made there and watching young children squirm during the Family Concerts. The Symphony is Erica’s musical home, which she shares with her husband, Larry, who has played 2nd clarinet in the Orchestra for 42 years.
Nancy Rehkopf has been a member of the Marin Symphony’s Board of Directors since August 2016. Joining the board completes the circle for Nancy, as she started her career at the San Francisco Symphony in the Marketing department. She also plays the piano, guitar, and contrabass, and sings in the Marin Oratorio. A recently retired senior executive from Wells Fargo, Nancy has over 30 years of experience in marketing strategy and corporate communications. Her valuable business and non-profit leadership and experience will help guide the Symphony on its mission to enrich, educate, and transform lives through classical music. In 2017, Nancy was named Executive Director of the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art.
Marty Rubino has been a member of the Marin Symphony Board of Directors since 2014. He and his wife, Gayle Peterson, own Big Cat Advertising. Prior to launching Big Cat Marty was President and Publisher of the Marin Independent Journal. Marty is also a current board member of the Marin Convention and Visitors Bureau and North Bay Children’s Center. He is past Chair of the Volunteer Center of Marin and Vice-Chair of Lifehouse. He has also served on the Board for Bread & Roses and Marin Literary Partners. He was Board member of the year for the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce and the IJ was recognized as Large Business of the year during his time at the helm.
Sally has loved music all her life- starting with hearing her father practice his violin when she was very small. She thought it was the most beautiful sound in the world! Over many years, Sally has played some instruments, sung in choral groups, and always been an enthusiastic audience member for classical music performances. She taught elementary school for many years, and that morphed into a job as a classroom music teacher- dubbed the “singing lady!”
Sally has been a member of the Marin Symphony Board of Directors for two years, and treasures the opportunity to work on behalf of so many fine musicians. The orchestra is superb, and her hope is that more and more people will have the thrill and good fortune of hearing and knowing their music as she does.
Alice T. May †
Catherine Munson †
Hugo Rinaldi †
Peter L.H. Thompson