2004 Management Fellows

04omfpcheng.jpgYu-Ling Cheng, a native of Ferndale, Washington, was a coordinator for the Symphony Café Music Series at the Boston Symphony Orchestra and also worked in the Stewardship Department. She has taught strings in various public school programs of both Boston and Seattle. Ms. Cheng holds a Masters of Music and a Graduate Diploma in violin performance from New England Conservatory where she studied with Eric Rosenblith, and also bachelor's degrees in music and economics from University of Washington.

Ms. Cheng is now Director of Marketing at the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra .

 


04omfpdunch.jpgEmma E. Dunch holds degrees in music performance and journalism from universities in her native Australia. She worked as a freelance music journalist and as Marketing & Communications Manager at the Sydney Symphony Orchestra (Music Director, Edo de Waart) before emigrating to the United States in 1999. For the past three years she has worked at WNYC, New York Public Radio, most recently as Senior Director, Marketing & Communications. Emma is a Trustee of the New York Choral Society and a 2003 New York Foundation for the Arts Leaders' Circle Fellow.

Ms. Dunch is now a Senior Consultant with the Arts Consulting Group.

04omfpharrell.jpgDanielle Harrell of Boston, Massachusetts most recently served as Program Coordinator at the Charter School Resource Center and cello faculty member at the Community Music Center of Boston. Prior to that, she taught general music in the Boston Public Schools, initiated a string instrumental program at the Mission Hill Elementary School, and served as a program associate at the Community Music Center of Boston. Ms. Harrell has performed with several orchestras including the Longy School of Music Young Performers Orchestra, which toured Europe. She holds a bachelor's degree in music education from Crane School of Music at the State University of New York at Potsdam.

 Ms. Harrell is currently Director of Major and Planned Giving at the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra.

04omfpthomas.jpgDevin Thomas comes to the Fellowship Program from Minneapolis, where he was the Operations Manager for the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies. He previously worked in Washington, DC for the National Symphony Orchestra Education Program and as Program Assistant at the Smithsonian Institution. Mr. Thomas holds a bachelor's degree from Indiana University School of Music, where he studied French horn and comparative literature.

 

Mr. Thomas is currently Director of Operations and Education at the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra