Johnstown Symphony elects musician and banker Mark Addleman as board president

Posted on: November 9, 2021

The Board of Trustees of the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra in Pennsylvania has elected MARK ADDLEMAN to serve as board president for a two-year term. Addleman is associate principal horn of the Erie Philharmonic and vice president of risk and lending operations at Somerset Trust Company. The board also elected Bradley Holuta, cellist with the Johnstown Symphony and attorney at Marcus & Mack, as secretary. Three musicians now serve on the orchestra’s board, with Addleman and Holuta joining Johnstown Symphony Principal Oboe Stephanie Caulder. Addleman began playing with the Johnstown Symphony Youth Orchestra in late middle school and earned a bachelor’s degree in music education from Temple University and a master’s in French horn at Carnegie Mellon University. While in Pittsburgh, he worked on the Artistic Planning and Development team at the Pittsburgh Symphony. He has served as assistant principal horn of the Erie Philharmonic since 2012.