Pacific Chorale Names Its New President and CEO

Andrew Brown

Longtime collaborator and partner of the Symphony, Pacific Chorale, recently announced the appointment of Andrew Brown as its new president and chief executive officer, replacing Elizabeth Pearson, who left earlier this year.

Prior to joining the Chorale, Brown spent 17 years with the Los Angeles Master Chorale where he started as an administrative assistant and eventually became the chief operating officer. Most recently, he facilitated the Master Chorale’s appearance as the featured chorus on John Williams’ score of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.”

In an interview with Voice of OC, Brown said, “I am absolutely thrilled to be taking on this leadership role with the Pacific Chorale, an institution with a rich Southern California legacy and recognized for its leadership in the national choral community.”

Pacific Symphony congratulates Pacific Chorale on entering their next exciting phase of their artistic development! The Chorale will be featured in Leonard Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms” in “Bernstein @ 100,” our concert celebrating the great American conductor and composer’s legacy for his centennial.

You can read more at Voice of OC, or the Orange County Business Journal.

Pacific Chorale Names Its New President and CEO

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