In press release issued on Wednesday, April 9,announced it has named long-time board member andformer board chair Celia Mann Baehr as its President and CEO, effective July 1.
, acting CEO for the last year, will resumeher role as the MSO's director of marketing.
"Ms. Brewer skillfully guided the symphony throughthis year of transition," MSO board chair Jimmie Hatcher said in a pressrelease. "With the hiring of Ms. Baehr, we know the symphony willcontinue on sound footing and that we have at our helm a proven leader and advocatefor the symphony."
The new CEO, owner of Celia Mann Baehr, CFP, afinancial planning and investment advice firm, has contributed to the growthand reputation of the Symphony in myriad ways.
"As one of the strongestadvocates for classical music in Mobile, Celiaknew the Mobile Symphony before it was born, and there's nobody more committedto its success," Scott Speck, MSO Music Director, said in a press release. "I'mlooking forward to working together to continue the magnificent progress theMSO has made in recent years."
We will have more about the MSOCEO transition on AL.com in the coming days.
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