Greensboro Symphony names Daniel Crupi to new position of chief operating officer

Posted on: June 2, 2016

“Daniel Crupi, who has served as director of development and public relations for the Greensboro Symphony Orchestra since 2013, will be the organization’s new chief operating officer, effective Wednesday,” states an unsigned story in Tuesday’s (5/31) Greensboro News & Record (North Carolina). “The shift comes after three years of steady growth for the symphony, including a 30 percent increase in individual contributions and a number of new major gifts to the symphony’s Endowment Fund.” In this newly created position, Crupi “will work closely with Lisa Crawford, president and chief executive officer, to oversee a diverse portfolio, including finance, development, community engagement and artistic operations.” Crupi has “worked in arts marketing, operations and production in addition to his time in development and public relations at the symphony. He also has a performance background, having graduated from the University of Notre Dame and UNC-Greensboro with degrees in music.”

Posted June 2, 2016