Administrative: Detroit Symphony

Posted on: May 6, 2010

The Detroit Symphony Orchestra has announced the appointment of PAUL HOGLE as executive vice president. In this role he will be responsible for expanding the DSO’s donor base and for integrating all of the staff functions associated with sales, public relations, facility rentals, retail, and fund raising. He goes to Detroit from the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, where he was vice president for institutional advancement. Before joining the ASO in 2002 Hogle spent nearly twenty years in the development field, serving in senior fund-raising posts at the Baltimore, Chicago, and Indianapolis symphony orchestras, and he began his orchestra career as executive director of the Evansville (Ind.) Philharmonic. Hogle is co-founder of The Stewardship Group, a consulting and executive recruitment firm. He serves on the faculty of the Orchestra Leadership Academy of the League of American Orchestras, and is a past president of the Indiana Orchestra Consortium and of The Orchestra PartnerShip, a sponsorship-selling coalition of major orchestras. Hogle holds a degree in music management from the University of Evansville and a certificate from Leadership Greater Chicago.

Posted May 6, 2010