Francis Maréchal a reçu une double formation, musicale et économique : titulaire d’un premier prix de flûte de l’Ecole Nationale de Musique de Bobigny, il est également diplômé de l’ESSEC. Il débute sa carrière à 21 ans comme Délégué Départemental … Read More
In October 2019, essayist, poet and composer, Bréon Rydell was invited to The Heidelberg Center for American Studies (“HCA”), Germany, where, as the HCA’s first Expert in Residence, he helped to develop with the Head of American Literature, a new, … Read More
Garry provides advice and philanthropic consultation to art collectors, family offices, and international institutions such as the Tate and Royal Academy, where experience, contacts and discretion, are of the utmost importance. He is well known and respected in the upper … Read More
Jorn Weisbrodt is the Artistic Director of ALL ARTS, a 24 hour not-for-profit TV channel and streaming platform created by New York’s PBS member station WNET and WLIW. He also manages the career of his husband singer songwriter Rufus Wainwright. … Read More
CBE, Director of Music and Performing Arts, Southbank Centre
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Gillian Moore is Director of Music and Performing Arts at Southbank Centre in London, overseeing a large program of classical and contemporary music and managing a team … Read More
New York Philharmonic President and CEO
Deborah Bordahas redefined what an orchestra can be in the 21st century through her creative leadership, commitment to innovation, and progressive vision.
She became President and CEO of the New York Philharmonic in 2017, … Read More
Ara Guzelimian is Artistic and Executive Director of the Ojai Festival in California. The appointment culminates many years of association with the festival, including tenures as director of the Ojai Talks at the Festival and as Artistic Director 1992-97.
Mr. … Read More
Henry-Louis de La Grange
This long-awaited revised volume I completes Henry-Louis de La Grange’s four-volume English language biography of the Austrian composer Gustav Mahler (1860–1911), which is widely considered to be the definitive work on the subject.
The present installment, … Read More