Laura S. Rosenberg has had a 35-year career in arts administration, during which she co-founded and directed the Hot Springs Music Festival (where she currently serves as arts administration mentor), served as Executive Director of Earplay, Director of Concert Activities for Northwestern University, Director of Production for The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Artistic Advisor and Director of Special Projects for the University Musical Society in Ann Arbor, and Concert Director of San Francisco’s Old First Concerts series. Trained as a choral conductor at Temple University, the Aspen Music Festival, and the Accademia Musicale Chigiana, Ms. Rosenberg was Director of the Hot Springs Music Festival Chorus, the Ann Arbor May Festival Chorus and the Berkeley Chorus Pro Musica. As a klezmer performer, she produces Yiddish cabaret programs, has sung with the Meshugga Klezmer Band and serves on the board of KlezCalifornia.
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