Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Appoints Two New Senior Staff Members

Beth Buck as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Carol Bogash as Vice President of Education and Community Engagement

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra (BSO) today announced two recent senior-level appointments. Beth Buck has joined the BSO as its new vice president and chief financial officer and Carol Bogash will fill a newly created position in September as the Orchestra’s vice president of education and community engagement. Ms. Bogash and Ms. Buck fill two leadership roles essential to the BSO’s strategic vision: to deepen audience engagement and cultivate new audiences through effective and transformative artistic and education initiatives, and to prosper artistically within a sustainably balanced budget.

Speaking of the appointments, President and CEO Paul Meecham commented, “I am thrilled that the BSO has been able to attract two candidates so highly qualified in their respective fields. As the BSO builds towards its centenary season in 2016, we have a superb management team in place to realize the artistic and financial goals of this wonderful orchestra and cultural institution.”


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