The Board of Directors of Indian Hill Music has promoted Lisa Fiorentino to Chief Executive Officer of the Littleton-based, regional non-profit music center. The promotion reflects the critical role she has been playing in the organization’s strategic planning and preparations for its long-term future, and was confirmed at a January 16th board meeting. Susan Randazzo, a founder who has served as Indian Hill Music’s Executive Director since 2001, will transition to a role focusing on long-term institutional advancement as Indian Hill Music prepares for its landmark new education and performance facility – the Music Center at Indian Hill – being built in Groton, Mass.
Congratulations to the following students on their recent achievements! Indian Hill Music Sally Chapin Piano Competition Sally Chapin Competition Division III Selected Winners and Honorable Mentions with Judges Sonya Ovrutsky Fensome and Victor Cayres Indian Hill Music School announces the winners [...]
Winsome winds and bold brass face off ahead of Orchestra of Indian Hill season finale, Showcase Showstoppers! This month, we’re having a little fun on the blog celebrating the “highs and lows” of orchestral soloists, with works for flute and tuba showcased [...]