Montana’s Bozeman Symphony hires Emily Paris-Martin as executive director

Posted on: September 10, 2019

“The Bozeman Symphony Board of Directors recently hired an executive director,” reads an unsigned Saturday (9/7) article in the Bozeman Daily Chronicle (Montana). “Emily Paris-Martin was promoted from within the organization as a former violinist (2002-2015) and after holding previous positions such as orchestra operations manager, director of marketing and orchestra operations, director of communications and director of business operations… Paris-Martin holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Montana State University and a master’s degree in communications from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University…. Paris-Martin was recently selected as one of 35 orchestra professionals chosen from across the country to participate in ‘Essentials of Orchestra Management,’ the League of American Orchestras’ premier educational course for developing effective and innovative orchestra administrators. The 10-day seminar at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles is the gold standard of orchestra management training…. Throughout the seminar, Paris-Martin worked directly with a core faculty of orchestra executives, leadership experts, artists and arts activists with diverse backgrounds and viewpoints. ‘This experience had the utmost impact on the work and vision I have for the future of the Bozeman Symphony,’ Paris-Martin said.”

Posted September 10, 2019