Administrative: Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Posted on: November 17, 2017

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra has appointed KIM NOLTEMY to the position of president and chief executive officer, effective January 22, 2018. Noltemy has been the chief operating and communications officer for the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, and Tanglewood since 2015. She started her tenure at the BSO in 1996 as director of sales and marketing and was promoted to chief marketing officer in 2007. Noltemy also serves as president of Boston 4 Celebrations (B4), a separate not-for-profit organization that produces the July 4th festivities in Boston. She oversees more than $46 million in ticket sales and other earned revenue plus a corporate sponsorship program of $6 million annually. She also raised funds for numerous other BSO projects. Noltemy was the strategist behind the BSO’s new-media efforts, including the orchestra’s digital download service, Internet TV, podcasts, and website. She has executive-produced television shows including two seasons of New Tanglewood Tales and three Boston Pops programs. MICHELLE MILLER BURNS, who has served as interim president and CEO of the Dallas Symphony since June 2017, will continue as executive vice president for institutional advancement and chief operating officer.

Posted November 17, 2017