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Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra Welcomes Emily Fromm as the New Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator

Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra Welcomes Emily Fromm as the New Marketing and Public Relations Coordinator

The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce its new staff member, Emily Fromm. Fromm returns to the Ann Arbor area after living in North Adams, Massachusetts where she worked at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in the Box Office and Performing Arts departments. Her duties at MASS MoCA included working with "Bang on a Can" music festival and planning a 9,000 attendee music festival, "Wilco's Solid Sound." Fromm is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University's Arts Management program with a minor in Marketing and brings to the A2SO experience from a variety of cultural and non-profit organizations, and through extensive work with individual artists at venues ranging from galleries to contemporary art museums.

Fromm will be managing Marketing and Public Relations as well as coordinating production of promotions for Development, Educational Outreach, and Special Events.

Fromm arrives just as the A2SO presents five March concerts for the community. It begins with the String Soire?e, March 14 at the Jewish Community Center, two Daytime Youth Concerts at Hill Auditorium for elementary and middle schoolers on March 19, Beethoven and Beyond at the Michigan Theater on March 22, and "The Planets" on March 23rd at the Michigan Theater.

"I am honored to work for an organization so committed to its community, to education, and to quality. I am passionate about the programming, history and mission of the Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra and appreciate the opportunity to work with a gifted Music Director and Orchestra, and an inspired board and staff. I look forward to helping our Ann Arbor Symphony grow," stated Fromm.

The Ann Arbor Symphony Orchestra is a premier regional orchestra offering live, symphonic music for audiences of diverse ages and classical music experiences. The A2SO touches the lives of over 76,000 people every year, from tiny tots to seasoned citizens in venues ranging from the Michigan Theater to Hill Auditorium, as well as schools in the five-county area including Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and Dexter District Libraries, and senior citizen centers. For concert or educational programming information, contact the A2SO by calling (734) 994-4801 or emailing info@a2so.com.

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