The San Diego Symphony has appointed two senior managers: Myra Garcia is its new vice president of institutional advancement, and Craig Hall is vice president of marketing and communications.
In the past, Myra Garcia has served at Seton Hall University in South Orange, New Jersey and Wagner College on Staten Island, New York. Most recently, she held senior positions at the University of La Verne, in La Verne, California.
Craig Hall comes from New World Symphony in Miami Beach, where he’s held roles like vice president for communications and vice president for audience engagement, research and design.
Founded in 1910, the San Diego Symphony is the oldest orchestra in California. It performs for more than 250,000 people each season at the Copley Symphony Hall in downtown and the Shell at Embarcadero Marina Park South on San Diego Bay. The San Diego Symphony also serves as the orchestra for the San Diego Opera each season.
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