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Vincent Ciccarello – “Is the ASO relevant in 2016?”
April 26, 2016
OUR SPEAKER Vincent Ciccarello has been actively involved in classical music for almost 30 years.
He studied piano and musicology at the Elder Conservatorium of Music at the University of Adelaide and became active in arts admin as manager of Elder Hall, the Adelaide Chamber Singers and Elder Conservatorium Youth Orchestra, before taking up the role of Orchestra Resources Manager of the Queensland Symphony Orchestra (1990-1994). He left the QSO in 1994 and was appointed Head of Opera and Classical Music at the Melbourne-based theatrical agency, Performers Management. He became a trustee of the Brian Stacey Memorial Trust in 1996. Vincent subsequently owned and operated Fanfare Artist Management, representing classical music and music theatre artists across Australia and New Zealand (1994-2004). Between 2004-2006,Vincent worked as a journalist at the new Independent Weekly newspaper in Adelaide, with a special interest in arts, culture and lifestyle. From 2006,he worked as a journalist at the University of South Australia and Flinders University with editorial responsibilities for various university print and online news publications. Vincent was Chairman of the Australasian classical Music Managers’ Association from 2010 to 2014, when he resigned to accept the position of CEO of the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. Over the course of his career, Vincent has written program or CD liner notes for Opera Australia, all the State Symphony Orchestras, ABC Classics and Universal Music. In addition to contributing to Soundscapes magazine ,he has also given pre-concert talks for the Queensland, Melbourne and Adelaide Symphony Orchestras and the Australian Chamber Orchestra in Adelaide.Download TranscriptBook Online