Paducah Symphony taps Sene as next executive director

Posted on: July 12, 2011

A report in Monday’s (7/11) Paducah Sun (Kentucky) states, “After over two months of searching, the Paducah Symphony Orchestra hired a new executive director Friday. The board hired Daniel Sene, former executive director of the Idaho Falls Symphony, as its new director, citing his experience in marketing and music direction. During Sene’s tenure with the Idaho Falls Symphony, subscription attendance tripled and contributions from private entities and corporations increased. Sene also has a newspaper background and is a 2010 graduate of the League of American Orchestra’s ‘Essentials of Orchestra Management’ course. Former director Darlene Dreyer resigned earlier this year, vacating her office at the end of May. The symphony has been under the control of interim executive director Greer Waldrop since June.”

Posted July 12, 2011