Indian Hill Music (Littleton, Massachusetts), a non-profit center for music education and performance, has named Lisa Fiorentino as its chief executive officer. Fiorentino has been at Indian Hill Music for 10 years, most recently as the organization's chief operating officer. She is stepping into the chief executive officer role as Susan Randazzo, co-founder and current executive director, is transitioning into a role focusing on long-term institutional advancement.
Indian Hill Music is currently in the process of creating a world-class education and performance center on 110 aces in Groton, Massachusetts, which will be home to a 1,000 seat concert hall, a 300 seat recital hall, rehearsal and recital spaces, and a lawn for summer concerts. Slated to open in 2022, the Music Center will be a regional gathering place for music education and performances in Central Massachusetts and beyond.
We have an extraordinary opportunity to create one of the most ambitious cultural projects in New England," Fiorentino says, "a world-class music center for teaching, performance, and community partnership. Our organization provides exceptional and vibrant music experiences that educate, energize, and enrich our community. I look forward to working with Indian Hill’s outstanding team of staff, faculty, musicians, and board members to deepen our impact in the region.”
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Published: January 31, 2019